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Robust estimation for finite populations based on a working model

Kuk, Anthony; Welsh, Alan


A common scenario in finite population inference is that it is possible to find a working superpopulation model which explains the main features of the population but which may not capture all the fine details. In addition, there are often outliers in the population which do not follow the assumed superpopulation model. In situations like these, it is still advantageous to make use of the working model to estimate finite population quantities, provided that we do it in a robust manner. The...[Show more]

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Date published: 2001
Type: Journal article
Source: Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series B


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