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A Bayesian Approach to Finite Population Sampling Using the Concept of Pivotal Quantity
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 Title & Authors
A Bayesian Approach to Finite Population Sampling Using the Concept of Pivotal Quantity
Hwang, Hyungtae;
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 Abstract
Bayesian probability models for finite populations are considered assuming so-called the super-population. We find the posterior distribution of population mean by a new approach, using the concept of pivotal quantity for the small sample case. A large sample theory is also treated throught the concept of asymptotically pivotal quantity.
 Keywords
finite population;pivotal quantity;asymptotically pivotal quantity;limiting posterior distribution;
 Language
Korean
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