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A Composite Estimator for the Take-Nothing Stratum of Cut-Off Sampling
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 Title & Authors
A Composite Estimator for the Take-Nothing Stratum of Cut-Off Sampling
Kim, Ji-Hak; Shin, Key-Il;
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 Abstract
Cut-off sampling that discards a part of the population from the sampling frame, is a widely used method for a highly skewed population like a business survey. Usually to the estimate of population total, we need to estimate the total of the take-nothing stratum. Many estimators have been developed to estimate the total of the take-nothing stratum. In this paper, we suggest a new composite estimator which combines the estimator suggested by Sarndal et al. (1992) and a ratio estimator obtained by small samples from the take-nothing stratum. Small simulation studies are performed for the comparison of the estimators and we confirm that the new suggested estimator is superior to the others.
 Keywords
Sampling survey;non-sampling error;cut-off sampling;ratio estimator;
 Language
Korean
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