An Improved Mathematical Model Applying Practicable Algorithms

  • Tanveer Ahmad Tarray Department of Mathematical Sciences, Islamic University of Science and Technology, India (IN)
  • Zahoor Ahmad Ganie Department of Electrical Engineering, Islamic University of Science and Technology, India (IN)
  • Baziga Youssuf Department of Electrical Engineering, Islamic University of Science and Technology, India (IN)
Keywords: Successive (rotation) sampling, Variance estimation, bias, mean square error, optimum replacement policy

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Abstract

In this article, we have considered the problem of estimation of population variance on two occasion successive sampling. A class of estimators of population variance has been proposed and its asymptotic properties have been discussed. The proposed class of estimators is compared with the sample variance estimator when there is no matching from the previous occasion. Numerical illustrations are also given in support of the present study.



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Published
2020-06-07
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How to Cite
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T. A. Tarray, Z. A. Ganie, and B. Youssuf, “An Improved Mathematical Model Applying Practicable Algorithms ”, J. Appl. Sci. Eng. Technol. Educ., vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 114-118, Jun. 2020.