Course detail

LCE5707 - Sampling


Credit hours

In-class work
per week
Practice
per week
Credits
Duration
Total
3
1
8
15 weeks
120 hours

Instructor
Idemauro Antonio Rodrigues de Lara
Sonia Maria de Stefano Piedade

Objective
To provide for the students the concepts of the theory of sampling as well as estimation meethods with pratical aplications.

Content
1. The basics of sampling. Definitions and basic notations; 2. Simple random sampling with or without replacement; 3. Stratified sampling; 4. The estimators kind reason; 5. Estimators of the regression type; 6. Systematic sampling; 7. Random sampling by clusters; 8. Sampling in two stages.

Bibliography
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Cochran, W.G. Sampling Techniques, N.Y. John Wiley, 1977.
Hedayart, A.S.; Sinha, B.K. Design and Inference in Finite Population Sampling. John Wiley, 1991.
Kish, L. Survey Sampling. John Wiley. Nova York. 643p. 1965.
Manly, B.F.J. Statistics for Environmental Science and Management, Chapman-Hall, 2000.
Mendehall, W. Scheaffer, R.L. Ott. L. Elementary Sampling, 6th ed. Southbank: Thomson, 2006.
Sampford, M.R. An Introduction to Sampling Theory with Applications to Agriculture. Oliver and Boyd, 1962.
Valliant, R; Dorfman, A.H; Royall, R.M. Finite Population Sampling and Inference. John Willey, 2000.
Yamane, T. Elementary Sampling Theory. Prentice-Hall, 1967.
Thompson, S.K. Sampling. 3rd. Edition, John Wiley, 2012.