FIGURE A-1 Elements of dual-systems estimation.

FIGURE A-1 Elements of dual-systems estimation.

SOURCE: Adapted from Mulry and Kostanich (2006).

P-census and 0 otherwise. See Figure A-1 for a depiction of the various subsets of the total population using this taxonomy.

The result is 13 separate cells, defined as follows:

CE11: correct enumeration in the census and in the P-census

CE10: correct enumeration in the census and missed in the P-census

EE10: erroneous enumeration in the census and missed in the P-census (which would include both erroneous enumerations as defined in this report and duplicate enumerations in the census

EEII00: erroneous enumeration in the census with insufficient information for matching and missed in the P-census

EENDD00: erroneous enumeration in the census and not data-defined and missed in the P-census

WL11: enumerated in the wrong location in the census and in the P-census

WL10: enumerated in the wrong location in the census and missed in the P-census

II01: insufficient information for matching in the census and counted in the P-census

II00: insufficient information for matching in the census and missed in the P-census

NDD01: not data defined in the census and in the P-census

NDD00: nor data defined in the census and missed in the P-census

OM01: missed in the census and in the P-census

OM00: missed in the census and missed in the P-census

The following additional relationships are used below:



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