Treating nonresponse in the estimation of the distribution function
S. Martínez and
Mathematics and Computers in Simulation (MATCOM), 2021, vol. 186, issue C, 136-144
The estimation of a finite population distribution function is considered when there are missing data. Calibration adjustment is used for dealing with nonresponse at the estimation stage. Several procedures are proposed and compared. A numerical study is carried out to evaluate the performances of estimators. Computational problems with the implementation of the proposed calibration estimators are also considered.
Keywords: Auxiliary information; Missing data; Calibration technique; Distribution function estimates; Survey sampling (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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