Complete allocation sampling: An efficient and easily implemented adaptive sampling design (2011)
CitationBrown, J.A., Salehi, M.M., Panahbehagh, B., Moradi, M. (2011) Complete allocation sampling: An efficient and easily implemented adaptive sampling design. Auckland, New Zealand: New Zealand Statistical Association 2011 Conference, 28-31 Aug 2011.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research49 - Mathematical sciences::4905 - Statistics::490502 - Biostatistics
49 - Mathematical sciences::4901 - Applied mathematics::490102 - Biological mathematics
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