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Journal of survey statistics and methodology
Journal of survey statistics and methodology
Pubbl/distr/stampa Cary, NC : , : Oxford University Press, , 2013-
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource
Disciplina 310
Soggetto topico Social surveys
Surveys - Methodology
Surveys - Statistical methods
Soggetto genere / forma Periodicals.
Electronic journals.
ISSN 2325-0992
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Periodico
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Altri titoli varianti JSSAM
Record Nr. UNISA-996221345403316
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Methodology of longitudinal surveys [[electronic resource] /] / Peter Lynn
Methodology of longitudinal surveys [[electronic resource] /] / Peter Lynn
Autore Lynn Peter <1966->
Pubbl/distr/stampa Chichester, UK, : John Wiley & Sons, 2009
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (418 p.)
Disciplina 001.4/33
300.723
Collana Wiley series in survey methodology
Soggetto topico Social sciences
Surveys - Methodology
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-282-68786-7
9786612687860
0-470-74387-5
0-470-74391-3
Classificazione MR 2000
MR 2400
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Methodology of Longitudinal Surveys; Contents; Preface; 1 Methods for Longitudinal Surveys; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Types of Longitudinal Surveys; 1.3 Strengths of Longitudinal Surveys; 1.3.1 Analysis Advantages; 1.3.2 Data Collection Advantages; 1.4 Weaknesses of Longitudinal Surveys; 1.4.1 Analysis Disadvantages; 1.4.2 Data Collection Disadvantages; 1.5 Design Features Specific to Longitudinal Surveys; 1.5.1 Population, Sampling and Weighting; 1.5.2 Other Design Issues; 1.6 Quality in Longitudinal Surveys; 1.6.1 Coverage Error; 1.6.2 Sampling Error; 1.6.3 Non-response Error
1.6.4 Measurement Error 1.7 Conclusions; References; 2 Sample Design for Longitudinal Surveys; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Types of Longitudinal Sample Design; 2.3 Fundamental Aspects of Sample Design; 2.3.1 Defining the Longitudinal Population; 2.3.2 Target Variables; 2.3.3 Sample Size; 2.3.4 Clustering; 2.3.5 Treatment of Movers; 2.3.6 Stratification; 2.3.7 Variances and Design Effects; 2.3.8 Selection Probabilities; 2.4 Other Aspects of Design and Implementation; 2.4.1 Choice of Rotation Period and Pattern; 2.4.2 Dealing with Births (and Deaths); 2.4.3 Sample Overlap
2.4.4 Stability of Units and Hierarchies 2.5 Conclusion; References; 3 Ethical Issues in Longitudinal Surveys; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 History of Research Ethics; 3.3 Informed Consent; 3.3.1 Initial Consent; 3.3.2 Continuing Consent; 3.3.3 Consent to Trace Respondents; 3.3.4 Consent for Unanticipated Activities or Analyses; 3.3.5 Implications for Consent of Changing Circumstances of Sample Members; 3.3.6 Consent for Linkage to Administrative Data; 3.3.7 Using Administrative Data without Full Consent; 3.3.8 Can Fully Informed Consent be Realised?; 3.4 Free Choice Regarding Participation
3.5 Avoiding Harm 3.6 Participant Confidentiality and Data Protection; 3.6.1 Dependent Interviewing; 3.6.2 The Treatment of Research Data; 3.7 Independent Ethical Overview and Participant Involvement; Acknowledgements; References; 4 Enhancing Longitudinal Surveys by Linking to Administrative Data; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Administrative Data as a Research Resource; 4.3 Record Linkage Methodology; 4.4 Linking Survey Data with Administrative Data at Individual Level; 4.4.1 Sampling, Sample Maintenance and Sample Evaluation; 4.4.2 Evaluation Methodology
4.4.3 Supplementing and Validating Survey Data 4.5 Ethical and Legal Issues; 4.5.1 Ethical Issues; 4.5.2 Legal Issues; 4.5.3 Disclosure Control; 4.6 Conclusion; References; 5 Tackling Seam Bias Through Questionnaire Design; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Previous Research on Seam Bias; 5.3 SIPP and its Dependent Interviewing Procedures; 5.3.1 SIPP's Pre-2004 Use of DI; 5.3.2 Development of New DI Procedures; 5.3.3 Testing and Refining the New Procedures; 5.4 Seam Bias Comparison - SIPP 2001 and SIPP 2004; 5.4.1 Seam Bias Analysis for Programme Participation and Other 'Spell' Characteristics
5.4.2 Seam Bias Evaluation for Income Amount Transitions
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Lynn Peter <1966->  
Chichester, UK, : John Wiley & Sons, 2009
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Practical methods for design and analysis of complex surveys [[electronic resource] /] / Risto Lehtonen and Erkki Pahkinen
Practical methods for design and analysis of complex surveys [[electronic resource] /] / Risto Lehtonen and Erkki Pahkinen
Autore Lehtonen Risto
Edizione [2nd ed.]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Chichester, West Sussex, England ; ; Hoboken, NJ, : J. Wiley, c2004
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (361 p.)
Disciplina 001.4/33
001.433
Altri autori (Persone) PahkinenErkki
Collana Statistics in practice
Soggetto topico Sampling (Statistics)
Surveys - Methodology
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-280-26918-9
9786610269181
0-470-09163-0
0-470-09164-9
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Practical Methods for Design and Analysis of Complex Surveys; Contents; Preface; 1 Introduction; 2 Basic Sampling Techniques; 2.1 Basic definitions; 2.2 The Province'91 population; 2.3 Simple random sampling and design effect; 2.4 Systematic sampling and intra-class correlation; 2.5 Selection with probability proportional to size; 3 Further Use of Auxiliary Information; 3.1 Stratified sampling; 3.2 Cluster sampling; 3.3 Model-assisted estimation; 3.4 Efficiency comparison using design effects; 4 Handling Nonsampling Errors; 4.1 Reweighting; 4.2 Imputation
4.3 Chapter summary and further reading5 Linearization and Sample Reuse in Variance Estimation; 5.1 The Mini-Finland Health Survey; 5.2 Ratio estimators; 5.3 Linearization method; 5.4 Sample reuse methods; 5.5 Comparison of variance estimators; 5.6 The Occupational Health Care Survey; 5.7 Linearization method for covariance-matrix estimation; 5.8 Chapter summary and further reading; 6 Model-assisted Estimation for Domains; 6.1 Framework for domain estimation; 6.2 Estimator type and model choice; 6.3 Construction of estimators and model specification; 6.4 Further comparison of estimators
6.5 Chapter summary and further reading7 Analysis of One-way and Two-way Tables; 7.1 Introductory example; 7.2 Simple goodness-of-fit test; 7.3 Preliminaries for tests for two-way tables; 7.4 Test of homogeneity; 7.5 Test of independence; 7.6 Chapter summary and further reading; 8 Multivariate Survey Analysis; 8.1 Range of methods; 8.2 Types of models and options for analysis; 8.3 Analysis of categorical data; 8.4 Logistic and linear regression; 8.5 Chapter summary and further reading; 9 More Detailed Case Studies; 9.1 Monitoring quality in a long-term transport survey
9.2 Estimation of mean salary in a business survey9.3 Model selection in a socioeconomic survey; 9.4 Multi-level modelling in an educational survey; References; Author Index; Subject Index
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Lehtonen Risto  
Chichester, West Sussex, England ; ; Hoboken, NJ, : J. Wiley, c2004
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Resource allocation in uplink OFDMA wireless systems : optimal solutions and practical implementations / / Elias E. Yaacoub, Zaher Dawy
Resource allocation in uplink OFDMA wireless systems : optimal solutions and practical implementations / / Elias E. Yaacoub, Zaher Dawy
Autore Yaacoub Elias E.
Pubbl/distr/stampa Piscataway, New Jersey : , : IEEE Press, , 2012
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (296 p.)
Disciplina 621.38216
621.384
Altri autori (Persone) DawyZaher
Collana IEEE series on digital & mobile communication
Soggetto topico Surveys - Methodology
Social sciences - Research - Statistical methods
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-280-67548-9
9786613652416
1-118-18964-7
1-118-18965-5
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto PREFACE xiii -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xv -- ACRONYMS xvii -- CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1 -- 1.1 Evolution of Wireless Communication Systems 1 -- 1.2 Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access 2 -- 1.3 Organization of this Book 5 -- CHAPTER 2 BACKGROUND ON DOWNLINK RESOURCE ALLOCATION IN OFDMA WIRELESS NETWORKS 9 -- 2.1 Centralized Single Cell Scheduling 9 -- 2.2 Distributed Scheduling 13 -- 2.3 Scheduling in Multicell Scenarios 14 -- 2.3.1 Multicell Scheduling in LTE 16 -- 2.4 Summary 18 -- CHAPTER 3 ERGODIC SUM-RATE MAXIMIZATION WITH CONTINUOUS RATES 19 -- 3.1 Background 19 -- 3.2 Problem Formulation 21 -- 3.3 Problem Solution 23 -- 3.4 Achievable Rate Region 28 -- 3.5 Results and Discussion 35 -- 3.6 Summary 41 -- CHAPTER 4 ERGODIC SUM-RATE MAXIMIZATION WITH DISCRETE RATES 43 -- 4.1 Background 43 -- 4.2 Problem Formulation 44 -- 4.3 Problem Solution 46 -- 4.4 Results and Discussion 52 -- 4.5 Summary 57 -- CHAPTER 5 GENERALIZATION TO UTILITY MAXIMIZATION 59 -- 5.1 Background 59 -- 5.2 Ergodic Utility Maximization with Continuous Rates 60 -- 5.3 Ergodic Utility Maximization with Discrete Rates 64 -- 5.4 Summary 68 -- CHAPTER 6 SUBOPTIMAL IMPLEMENTATION OF ERGODIC SUM-RATE MAXIMIZATION 69 -- 6.1 Background 69 -- 6.2 Suboptimal Approximation of the Continuous Rates Solution 71 -- 6.3 Suboptimal Approximation of the Discrete Rates Solution 73 -- 6.4 Complexity Analysis of the Suboptimal Algorithms 76 -- 6.5 Results and Discussion 78 -- 6.6 Summary 88 -- CHAPTER 7 SUBOPTIMAL IMPLEMENTATION WITH PROPORTIONAL FAIRNESS 89 -- 7.1 Background 89 -- 7.2 Proportional Fair Scheduling 91 -- 7.3 Low Complexity Utility Maximization Algorithms 94 -- 7.4 Proportional Fair Utilities 100 -- 7.5 Results and Discussion 101 -- 7.6 Summary 112 -- CHAPTER 8 SCHEDULING WITH DISTRIBUTED BASE STATIONS 113 -- 8.1 Background 113 -- 8.2 System Model 115 -- 8.3 Scheduling with Distributed Base Stations 118 -- 8.4 Results and Discussion 120 -- 8.5 Distributed Base Stations Versus Relays 128 -- 8.6 Distributed Base Stations Versus Femtocells 131.
8.7 Summary 133 -- CHAPTER 9 DISTRIBUTED SCHEDULING WITH USER COOPERATION 135 -- 9.1 Background 135 -- 9.2 Cooperative Distributed Scheduling Scheme 136 -- 9.3 Distributed Scheduling Algorithm 140 -- 9.4 Results and Discussion 142 -- 9.5 Summary 149 -- CHAPTER 10 DISTRIBUTED SCHEDULING WITHOUT USER COOPERATION 151 -- 10.1 Background 151 -- 10.2 Noncooperative Distributed Scheduling Scheme 153 -- 10.3 Comparison to Existing Schemes 155 -- 10.4 Analysis of Measurement Inaccuracies 156 -- 10.5 Results and Discussion 160 -- 10.6 Optimization of Transmission Probabilities 165 -- 10.7 Practical Considerations 169 -- 10.8 Summary 171 -- CHAPTER 11 CENTRALIZED MULTICELL SCHEDULING WITH INTERFERENCE MITIGATION 173 -- 11.1 Background 173 -- 11.2 Problem Formulation 175 -- 11.3 Iterative Pricing-Based Power Control Solution 178 -- 11.4 Pricing Game with Centralized Control 184 -- 11.5 Suboptimal Scheduling Scheme Using Pricing-Based Power Control 186 -- 11.6 Suboptimal Scheduling Scheme Using Probabilistic Transmission 190 -- 11.7 Results and Discussion 191 -- 11.8 Summary 201 -- CHAPTER 12 DISTRIBUTED MULTICELL SCHEDULING WITH INTERFERENCE MITIGATION 203 -- 12.1 Background 203 -- 12.2 System Model 204 -- 12.3 Intracell Cooperation: Distributed Scheduling 205 -- 12.4 Intercell Interference Mitigation/Avoidance 206 -- 12.5 Results and Discussion 209 -- 12.6 Practical Aspects 217 -- 12.6.3 Application in a CR Network 219 -- 12.6.4 Application in a Network with Femtocell Deployment 219 -- 12.6.5 Distributed Multicell Scheduling without User Cooperation 220 -- 12.7 Summary 221 -- CHAPTER 13 SCHEDULING IN STATE-OF-THE-ART OFDMA-BASED WIRELESS SYSTEMS 223 -- 13.1 WiMAX Scheduling Overview 223 -- 13.2 LTE Scheduling Overview 228 -- 13.3 SCFDMA Versus OFDMA Scheduling 235 -- 13.4 Comparison to the LTE Power Control Scheme 240 -- 13.5 Summary 245 -- CHAPTER 14 FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS 247 -- 14.1 Resource Allocation with Multiple Service Classes 247 -- 14.2 Network MIMO 247 -- 14.3 Coalitional Game Theory 248.
14.4 Resource Allocation with Femtocells 249 -- 14.5 Green Networks and Self-Organizing Networks 249 -- 14.6 Joint Uplink/Downlink Resource Allocation 250 -- 14.7 Joint Resource Allocation in Heterogeneous Networks 251 -- 14.8 Resource Allocation in Cognitive Radio Networks 252 -- BIBLIOGRAPHY 255 -- INDEX 269.
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Yaacoub Elias E.  
Piscataway, New Jersey : , : IEEE Press, , 2012
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Resource allocation in uplink OFDMA wireless systems : optimal solutions and practical implementations / / Elias E. Yaacoub, Zaher Dawy
Resource allocation in uplink OFDMA wireless systems : optimal solutions and practical implementations / / Elias E. Yaacoub, Zaher Dawy
Autore Yaacoub Elias E.
Pubbl/distr/stampa Piscataway, New Jersey : , : IEEE Press, , 2012
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (296 p.)
Disciplina 621.38216
621.384
Altri autori (Persone) DawyZaher
Collana IEEE series on digital & mobile communication
Soggetto topico Surveys - Methodology
Social sciences - Research - Statistical methods
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-280-67548-9
9786613652416
1-118-18964-7
1-118-18965-5
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto PREFACE xiii -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xv -- ACRONYMS xvii -- CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1 -- 1.1 Evolution of Wireless Communication Systems 1 -- 1.2 Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access 2 -- 1.3 Organization of this Book 5 -- CHAPTER 2 BACKGROUND ON DOWNLINK RESOURCE ALLOCATION IN OFDMA WIRELESS NETWORKS 9 -- 2.1 Centralized Single Cell Scheduling 9 -- 2.2 Distributed Scheduling 13 -- 2.3 Scheduling in Multicell Scenarios 14 -- 2.3.1 Multicell Scheduling in LTE 16 -- 2.4 Summary 18 -- CHAPTER 3 ERGODIC SUM-RATE MAXIMIZATION WITH CONTINUOUS RATES 19 -- 3.1 Background 19 -- 3.2 Problem Formulation 21 -- 3.3 Problem Solution 23 -- 3.4 Achievable Rate Region 28 -- 3.5 Results and Discussion 35 -- 3.6 Summary 41 -- CHAPTER 4 ERGODIC SUM-RATE MAXIMIZATION WITH DISCRETE RATES 43 -- 4.1 Background 43 -- 4.2 Problem Formulation 44 -- 4.3 Problem Solution 46 -- 4.4 Results and Discussion 52 -- 4.5 Summary 57 -- CHAPTER 5 GENERALIZATION TO UTILITY MAXIMIZATION 59 -- 5.1 Background 59 -- 5.2 Ergodic Utility Maximization with Continuous Rates 60 -- 5.3 Ergodic Utility Maximization with Discrete Rates 64 -- 5.4 Summary 68 -- CHAPTER 6 SUBOPTIMAL IMPLEMENTATION OF ERGODIC SUM-RATE MAXIMIZATION 69 -- 6.1 Background 69 -- 6.2 Suboptimal Approximation of the Continuous Rates Solution 71 -- 6.3 Suboptimal Approximation of the Discrete Rates Solution 73 -- 6.4 Complexity Analysis of the Suboptimal Algorithms 76 -- 6.5 Results and Discussion 78 -- 6.6 Summary 88 -- CHAPTER 7 SUBOPTIMAL IMPLEMENTATION WITH PROPORTIONAL FAIRNESS 89 -- 7.1 Background 89 -- 7.2 Proportional Fair Scheduling 91 -- 7.3 Low Complexity Utility Maximization Algorithms 94 -- 7.4 Proportional Fair Utilities 100 -- 7.5 Results and Discussion 101 -- 7.6 Summary 112 -- CHAPTER 8 SCHEDULING WITH DISTRIBUTED BASE STATIONS 113 -- 8.1 Background 113 -- 8.2 System Model 115 -- 8.3 Scheduling with Distributed Base Stations 118 -- 8.4 Results and Discussion 120 -- 8.5 Distributed Base Stations Versus Relays 128 -- 8.6 Distributed Base Stations Versus Femtocells 131.
8.7 Summary 133 -- CHAPTER 9 DISTRIBUTED SCHEDULING WITH USER COOPERATION 135 -- 9.1 Background 135 -- 9.2 Cooperative Distributed Scheduling Scheme 136 -- 9.3 Distributed Scheduling Algorithm 140 -- 9.4 Results and Discussion 142 -- 9.5 Summary 149 -- CHAPTER 10 DISTRIBUTED SCHEDULING WITHOUT USER COOPERATION 151 -- 10.1 Background 151 -- 10.2 Noncooperative Distributed Scheduling Scheme 153 -- 10.3 Comparison to Existing Schemes 155 -- 10.4 Analysis of Measurement Inaccuracies 156 -- 10.5 Results and Discussion 160 -- 10.6 Optimization of Transmission Probabilities 165 -- 10.7 Practical Considerations 169 -- 10.8 Summary 171 -- CHAPTER 11 CENTRALIZED MULTICELL SCHEDULING WITH INTERFERENCE MITIGATION 173 -- 11.1 Background 173 -- 11.2 Problem Formulation 175 -- 11.3 Iterative Pricing-Based Power Control Solution 178 -- 11.4 Pricing Game with Centralized Control 184 -- 11.5 Suboptimal Scheduling Scheme Using Pricing-Based Power Control 186 -- 11.6 Suboptimal Scheduling Scheme Using Probabilistic Transmission 190 -- 11.7 Results and Discussion 191 -- 11.8 Summary 201 -- CHAPTER 12 DISTRIBUTED MULTICELL SCHEDULING WITH INTERFERENCE MITIGATION 203 -- 12.1 Background 203 -- 12.2 System Model 204 -- 12.3 Intracell Cooperation: Distributed Scheduling 205 -- 12.4 Intercell Interference Mitigation/Avoidance 206 -- 12.5 Results and Discussion 209 -- 12.6 Practical Aspects 217 -- 12.6.3 Application in a CR Network 219 -- 12.6.4 Application in a Network with Femtocell Deployment 219 -- 12.6.5 Distributed Multicell Scheduling without User Cooperation 220 -- 12.7 Summary 221 -- CHAPTER 13 SCHEDULING IN STATE-OF-THE-ART OFDMA-BASED WIRELESS SYSTEMS 223 -- 13.1 WiMAX Scheduling Overview 223 -- 13.2 LTE Scheduling Overview 228 -- 13.3 SCFDMA Versus OFDMA Scheduling 235 -- 13.4 Comparison to the LTE Power Control Scheme 240 -- 13.5 Summary 245 -- CHAPTER 14 FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS 247 -- 14.1 Resource Allocation with Multiple Service Classes 247 -- 14.2 Network MIMO 247 -- 14.3 Coalitional Game Theory 248.
14.4 Resource Allocation with Femtocells 249 -- 14.5 Green Networks and Self-Organizing Networks 249 -- 14.6 Joint Uplink/Downlink Resource Allocation 250 -- 14.7 Joint Resource Allocation in Heterogeneous Networks 251 -- 14.8 Resource Allocation in Cognitive Radio Networks 252 -- BIBLIOGRAPHY 255 -- INDEX 269.
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Yaacoub Elias E.  
Piscataway, New Jersey : , : IEEE Press, , 2012
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Sample surveys : design, methods and applications / edited by D. Pfeffermann, C. R. Rao
Sample surveys : design, methods and applications / edited by D. Pfeffermann, C. R. Rao
Pubbl/distr/stampa Amsterdam : Elsevier/North-Holland, 2009
Descrizione fisica xxiv, 698 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Disciplina 519.5
Altri autori (Persone) Pfefferman, Daniel
Rao, Calyampudi Radhakrishna
Collana Handbook of statistics, 0169-7161 ; 29A
Soggetto topico Sampling (Statistics)
Surveys - Statistical methods
Surveys - Design
Surveys - Methodology
ISBN 9780444531247
Classificazione AMS 62-00
LC QA276.6.S26
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Record Nr. UNISALENTO-b13858993
Amsterdam : Elsevier/North-Holland, 2009
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Survey data collection and integration [[electronic resource] /] / Cristina Davino, Luigi Fabbris, editors
Survey data collection and integration [[electronic resource] /] / Cristina Davino, Luigi Fabbris, editors
Pubbl/distr/stampa Heidelberg, : Springer, 2013
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (157 p.)
Disciplina 001.433
Altri autori (Persone) DavinoCristina
FabbrisLuigi
Soggetto topico Surveys - Methodology
Sampling (Statistics)
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-283-74064-8
3-642-21308-1
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto pt. I. Introduction to statistical surveys -- pt. II. Questionnaire design -- pt. III. Sampling design and error estimation -- pt. IV. Data integration.
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Heidelberg, : Springer, 2013
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Survey measurement and process quality [[electronic resource] /] / edited by Lars Lyberg ... [et al.]
Survey measurement and process quality [[electronic resource] /] / edited by Lars Lyberg ... [et al.]
Pubbl/distr/stampa New York, : Wiley, c1997
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (807 p.)
Disciplina 300.723
300/.723
Altri autori (Persone) LybergLars
Collana Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics
Wiley series in probability and statistics.
Soggetto topico Social sciences - Statistical methods
Surveys - Methodology
Social sciences - Research - Evaluation
Surveys - Evaluation
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-283-59278-9
9786613905239
1-118-49001-0
1-118-49002-9
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Survey Measurement and Process Quality; Contents; Contributors; Preface; INTRODUCTION; Measurement Error in Surveys: A Historical Perspective; SECTION A. QUESTIONNAIRE DESIGN; 1. Questionnaire Design: The Rocky Road from Concepts to Answers; 2. From Theoretical Concept to Survey Question; 3. Why Are There so Few Formal Measuring Instruments in Social and Political Research?; 4. Social Cognition and Responses to Survey Questions Among Culturally Diverse Populations; 5. Reducing Question Order Effects: The Operation of Buffer Items
6. Designing Rating Scales for Effective Measurement in Surveys7. Towards a Theory of Self-Administered Questionnaire Design; SECTION B. DATA COLLECTION; 8. Data Collection Methods and Survey Quality: An Overview; 9. The Effect of New Data Collection Technologies on Survey Data Quality; 10. Developing a Speech Recognition Application for Survey Research; 11. Evalauting Interviewer Use of CAPI Technology; 12. The Effect of Interviewer and Respondent Behavior on Data Quality: Analysis of Interaction Coding in a Validation Study
13. Effects of Interview Mode on Sensitive Questions in a Fertility Survey14. Children as Respondents: Methods for Improving Data Quality; SECTION C. POST SURVEY PROCESSING AND OPERATIONS; 15. Some Aspects of Post-Survey Processing; 16. Integrated Control Systems for Survey Processing; 17. Using Expert Systems to Model and Improve Survey Classification Processes; 18. Editing of Survey Data: How Much Is Enough?; 19. The Quality of Occupational Coding in the United Kingdom; SECTION D. QUALITY ASSESSMENT AND CONTROL; 20. Survey Measurement and Process Improvement: Concepts and Integration
21. Continuous Quality Improvement in Statistical Agencies22. Quality Policies, Standards, Guidelines, and Recommended Practices at National Statistical Agencies; 23. Improving the Comparability of Estimates Across Business Surveys; 24. Evaluating Survey Data: Making the Transition from Pretesting to Quality Assessment; 25. CATI Site Management in a Survey of Service Quality; 26. Using Statistical Methods Applicable to Autocorrelated Processes to Analyze Survey Process Quality Data; SECTION E. ERROR EFFECTS ON ESTIMATION, ANALYSES, AND INTERPRETATION
27. A Review of Measurement Error Effects on the Analysis of Survey Data28. Categorical Data Analysis and Misclassification; 29. Separating Change and Measurement Error in Panel Surveys with an Application to Labor Market Data; 30. Estimating Usual Dietary Intake Distributions: Adjusting for Measurement Error and Nonnormality in 24-Hour Food Intake Data; 31. Identifying and Adjusting for Recall Error with Application to Fertility Surveys; 32. Estimators of Nonsampling Errors in Interview-Reinterview Supervised Surveys with Interpenetrated Assignments
33. Variance Estimation Under Stratified Two-Phase Sampling with Applications to Measurement Bias
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New York, : Wiley, c1997
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Survey research methods
Survey research methods
Pubbl/distr/stampa [Place of publication not identified], : European Survey Research Association, [2007]-
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource
Soggetto topico Surveys - Methodology
Surveys - Evaluation
Sampling (Statistics)
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic journals.
Periodicals.
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Periodico
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Altri titoli varianti SRM
Record Nr. UNINA-9910144033903321
[Place of publication not identified], : European Survey Research Association, [2007]-
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Survey research methods
Survey research methods
Pubbl/distr/stampa [Place of publication not identified], : European Survey Research Association, [2007]-
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource
Soggetto topico Surveys - Methodology
Surveys - Evaluation
Sampling (Statistics)
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic journals.
Periodicals.
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Periodico
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Altri titoli varianti SRM
Record Nr. UNISA-996321180703316
[Place of publication not identified], : European Survey Research Association, [2007]-
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