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Nonresponse in Repeated Surveys
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Nonresponse in Repeated Surveys
Park, Hyeon-Ah; Na, Seong-Ryong; Jeon, Jong-Woo;
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Under repeated surveys, missing values often appear for various reasons and are replaced by new samples. It is investigated that the existing estimator in repeated survey by Jessen (1942), which has been originally developed for the new samples of fixed size, can be used in such situation where the size of new samples is random. It is shown that the proposed estimator has smaller variance than the sample mean.
Response probability;rotation sampling;sample of random size;
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