Unequal probability inverse sampling
Résumé In an economic survey of a sample of enterprises, occupations are randomly selected from a list until a number r of occupations in a local unit has been identified. This is an inverse sampling problem for which we are proposing a few solutions. Simple designs with and without replacement are processed using negative binomial distributions
and negative hypergeometric distributions. We also propose estimators for when the units are selected with unequal probabilities, with or without replacement.
Mots-clés Location; Horvitz-Thompson estimator; Negative binomial; Negative hypergeometric; Inverse design;
Inclusion probability; Wage.
Citation Tillé, Y. (2016). Unequal probability inverse sampling. Survey Methodology, 42(2), 283-295.
Type Article de périodique (Anglais)
Date de publication 24-6-2016
Nom du périodique Survey Methodology
Volume 42
Numéro 2
Pages 283-295
URL http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/12-001-x/2016002/article/146...