Pseudo-empirical likelihood ratio confidence intervals for complex surveys

@inproceedings{Changbao2006PseudoempiricalLR,
  title={Pseudo-empirical likelihood ratio confidence intervals for complex surveys},
  author={WU Changbao and J. N. K. Rao},
  year={2006}
}
The authors show how an adjusted pseudo-empirical likelihood ratio statistic tha is asymptotically distributed as a chi-square random variable can be used to construc t confidence intervals for a finite population mean or a finite population distribution function from complex surv ey samples. They consider both non-stratified and stratified sampling designs, with or without auxiliary in formation. They examine the behaviour of estimates of the mean and the distribution function at specifi c po… CONTINUE READING

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