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- Erika ANTAL, Yves Tillé
- 2011

In complex designs, classical bootstrap methods result in a biased variance estimator when the sampling design is not taken into account. Resampled units are usually rescaled or weighted in order to achieve unbiasedness in the linear case. In the present article, we propose novel resampling methods that may be directly applied to variance estimation. These… (More)

- Yves Tillé
- International Encyclopedia of Statistical Science
- 2011

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A new spatial sampling method is proposed in order to achieve a double property of balancing. The sample is spatially balanced or well spread so as to avoid selecting neighbouring units. Moreover, the method also enables to satisfy balancing equations on auxiliary variables available on all the sampling units because the Horvitz-Thompson estimator is almost… (More)

- Matti Langel, Yves Tillé
- 2011

In recent years, the Quintile Share Ratio (or QSR) has become a very popular measure of inequality. In 2001, the European Council decided that income inequality in European Union member states should be described using two indicators: the Gini Index and the QSR. The QSR is generally defined as the ratio of the total income earned by the richest 20% of the… (More)

– A set of demands is presented which should be satisfied by a good unequal-probability sampling method without replacement. First it is shown that some of these demands are contradictory. In particular, it is shown that a sequential algorithm that ensures strictly positive joint inclusion probabilities does not exist; not does there exist a sequential… (More)

- Caren Hasler, Yves Tillé
- Computational Statistics & Data Analysis
- 2014

Balanced sampling is a very efficient sampling design when the variable of interest is correlated to the auxiliary variables on which the sample is balanced. A procedure to select balanced samples in a stratified population has previously been proposed. Unfortunately, this procedure becomes very slow as the number of strata increases and it even fails to… (More)

- Matthieu Wilhelm, Yves Tillé, Lionel Qualité
- Computational Statistics & Data Analysis
- 2017

- Alina Matei, Yves Tillé
- Computational Statistics & Data Analysis
- 2007

- Yves Tillé
- International Encyclopedia of Statistical Science
- 2011

- Anne-Catherine Favre, Alina Matei, Yves Tillé
- Computational Statistics & Data Analysis
- 2004