2 edition of **mathematical theory of sampling.** found in the catalog.

mathematical theory of sampling.

Walter Anton Hendricks

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Published
**1956**
by Scarecrow Press in New Brunswick, N. J
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Written in

- Sampling (Statistics)

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Pagination | 364 p. |

Number of Pages | 364 |

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Open Library | OL17636996M |

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Speaking in mathematical statistical terms, this is a ‘simple random sample’ (often abbreviated as SRS). That is, a sample in which each and every sampling unit in the population has the same probability of selection (or in common parlance, the same chance of being selected).

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This new edited book focuses on recent mathematical methods and theoretical developments, as well as some current central applications of the Classical Sampling Theorem.