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In a lattice population model, particles move randomly from one site to another as independent random walks, split into two offspring, or die. If duplication and mortality rates are equal and take the same value over all lattice sites, the resulting model is a critical branching random walk...
The proposed estimator of the population mean is based on a modification of the shape of the distribution of an auxiliary variable. If the theoretical correlation between the study and the auxiliary variables is less than a term that is proportional to the coefficient of variation of the...
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