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In this paper, a new bias-compensated least-squares (BCLS) based algorithm is proposed for identification of noisy input-output system. It is well known that BCLS method is based on compensation of… (More)
It is well known that least-squares (LS) method gives biased parameter estimates when the input and output measurements are corrupted by noise. One possible approach for solving this bias problem is… (More)
An application of 1 nuptiality model is presented. Its subject population includes Japanese males and females. This nuptiality model was applied to the Japanese subject population. There is an… (More)
Marital status life tables are presented for Japan for the years 1975, 1980, 1985, and 1990. The tables show marital status by sex at each year of age up to age 90.
The authors explore household and family characteristics in traditional Japan. Data from a village in southwestern Japan for the period 1955-1987 indicate that the predominant household structure in… (More)
Population projections are presented for Japan up to the year 2100.
Keyfitz' idea of Root Mean Square Error (RMSE) found in his "The Limits of Population Forecasting" is applied to the Population Projections published by Institute of Population Problems in Japan in… (More)
This paper addresses the problem of identifying errors-in-variables models, where the both input and output measurements are corrupted by white noise. The Koopmans-Levin method, which is a… (More)
Changes in population and household structure are examined for a Japanese village for the period 1955-1987. Findings reveal that the percentage of husband-wife-only households decreased due to an… (More)