By Yves Tillé
Over the previous couple of many years, very important progresses within the tools of sampling were accomplished. This ebook attracts up a list of recent tools that may be worthwhile for choosing samples. Forty-six sampling tools are defined within the framework of basic thought. The algorithms are defined conscientiously, which permits enforcing at once the defined tools. This ebook is aimed toward skilled statisticians who're conversant in the speculation of survey sampling.
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46 4 Simple Random Sampling Thus, n(N − n) H, N (N − 1) where H is the projection matrix that centers the data. ⎞ ⎛ 1 − N1 · · · −1 · · · −1 N N ⎜ .. .. ⎟ .. ⎜ . . ⎟ ⎟ ⎜ −1 11 1 −1 ⎟ ⎜ ,= ⎜ N ··· 1 − N ··· N ⎟, H=I− N ⎜ . .. ⎟ .. ⎝ .. . 1) and I is an identity matrix and 1 is a vector of N ones. We have Hˇ y= ˇ= where y N n N y1 − Y · · · yk − Y · · · yN − Y n , (y1 · · · yk · · · yN ) . Thus, ˇ Hˇ y= y N2 n2 yk − Y 2 . k∈U In order to estimate the variance, we need to compute ⎧ ⎪n−1 ∆k n(N − n) ⎨ n , k = ∈ U = πk N (n − 1) ⎪ ⎩−1, k = ∈ U.
In sampling with replacement with ﬁxed sample size, the question of estimation is largely developed. It is indeed preferable to suppress the information about the multiplicity of the units, which amounts to applying a Rao-Blackwellization on the Hansen-Hurwitz estimator. The interest of each estimator is thus discussed. 2 Deﬁnition of Simple Random Sampling Curiously, a concept as common as simple random sampling is often not deﬁned. We refer to the following deﬁnition. Deﬁnition 40. , θ, Q) of parameter θ ∈ R∗+ on a support Q is said to be simple, if (i) Its sampling design can be written pSIMPLE (s, θ, Q) = θn(s) k∈U 1/sk !
1 eit s pSRSWR (s, n) = eit s n φSRSWR (t) = N sk ! s∈Rn s∈Rn itk = n! s∈Rn k∈U e N sk 1 = sk ! k∈U 1 N n exp itk . k∈U n ··· N . The joint expectation is ⎧ n(N − 1 + n) ⎪ ⎨ , k= N2 µk = E(Sk S ) = ⎪ ⎩ n(n − 1) , k= . N2 The variance-covariance operator is ⎧ n(N − 1) n(N − 1 + n) n2 ⎪ ⎨ , k= − 2 = N N N2 Σk = E(Sk S ) = 2 ⎪ ⎩ n(n − 1) − n = − n , k= . 1). Moreover, ⎧ (N − 1) ⎪ ⎨ , k= Σk = (N −11 + n) ⎪ µk ⎩− , k= . (n − 1) The expectation of S is µ = n N The inclusion probability is πk = Pr(Sk > 0) = 1 − Pr(Sk = 0) = 1 − N −1 N n .
Sampling Algorithms by Yves Tillé