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Randomness and Optimal Estimation in Data Sampling

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Randomness and Optimal Estimation in Data Sampling
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Publisher: American Research Press
ISBN/ASIN: 1931233683
Number of pages: 63

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The purpose of this book is to postulate some theories and test them numerically. Estimation is often a difficult task and it has wide application in social sciences and financial market. This book has been designed for graduate students and researchers who are active in the area of estimation and data sampling applied in financial survey modeling and applied statistics.

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