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Balinski, Michael L., and Young, H. Peyton

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1978 An Error Profile: Employment as Measured by the Current Population Survey. Statistical Policy Working Paper No. 3. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Commerce.

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1984 Research plan on the uses of administrative records for the 1990 census. Pp. 443-448 in American Statistical Association 1984 Proceedings of the Social Statistics Section. Washington, DC: American Statistical Association.

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Carlucci, Carl P.

1980 The impact of an adjustment to the 1980 census on congressional and legislative reapportionment. Pp. 145-152 in Proceedings of the 1980 Conference on Census Undercount. Bureau of the Census. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Commerce.

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Cassel, Claes-Magnus, Sarndal, Carl-Erik, and Wretman, Jan H.

1983 Some uses of statistical models in connection with the nonresponse problem. Pp. 143-160 in William Madow and Ingram Olkin, eds., Incomplete Data in Sample Surveys. Vol. 3, Proceedings of the Symposium. Panel on Incomplete Data, Committee on National Statistics, National Research Council. New York: Academic Press.

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1983 Census experimental match studies. Pp. 173-176 in American Statistical Association 1983 Proceedings of the Survey Research Section. Washington, DC: American Statistical Association.

1984a The IRS/Census Direct Match Study—Final Report. SRD Research Report No. Census/SRD/RR-84/11. Bureau of the Census, Statistical Research Division. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Commerce.

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1984 Imputation Rates for Selected Decennial Census Population and Housing Items. Unpublished paper. National Research Council, Panel on Decennial Census Methodology, Washington, DC.

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Coale, Ansley J., and Zelnik, Melvin

1963 New Estimates of Fertility and Population in the United States: A Study of Annual White Births from 1855 to 1960 and of Completeness of Enumeration in the Censuses from 1880 to 1960. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

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1981 Loglinear models for capture-recapture experiments on open populations. Pp. 197-215 in Robert W. Hiorns and Dennis Cooke, eds., The Mathematical Theory of the Dynamics of Biological Populations II. New York: Academic Press.

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1982 Estimates and Missing Data Problems in the Post Enumeration Program. Unpublished paper. Statistical Methods Division, Bureau of the Census, Washington, DC.

Cowan, Charles D., and Fay, Robert E.

1984 Estimates of undercount in the 1980 census. Pp. 560-565 in American Statistical Association 1984 Proceedings of the Survey Research Methods Section. Washington, DC: American Statistical Association.

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1940 On a least squares adjustment of a sampled frequency table when the expected marginal totals are known. Annals of Mathematical Statistics 11:427-444.

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Emery, Danuta, Campbell, Valencia, and Freedman, Stanley

1980 Distributing federal funds: The use of statistical data (preliminary report). Statistical Reporter December:73-90.

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1984 Surrebuttal presented to District Court, Southern District of New York, Mario Cuomo et al., Plaintiff(s), Malcolm Baldrige et al., Defendants, 80 Civ. 4550 (JES).

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1985 Estimating the population in a census year: 1980 and beyond. Journal of the American Statistical Association 80:98-131.

Fansler, Elaine, Rothwell, Naomi [Donny], and Mockovak, William

1981 Analysis of Mail-Return Rates for the Alternative Questionnaires Experiment. Preliminary Evaluation Results Memorandum No. 16. Bureau of the Census, Washington, DC.

Fay, Robert E., III, and Herriot, Roger

1979 Estimates of income for small places: An application of James-Stein procedures to census data. Journal of the American Statistical Association 74(366):Part I, 261-277.

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1964 Response variance and its estimation. Journal of the American Statistical Association 59:1016-1041.

1980a Evaluation programme of the 1976 Census of Population and Housing—A sampling. The American Statistician 29(4):275-312.

1980b Should the census count be adjusted for allocation purposes—equity considerations. Pp. 193-203 in Proceedings of the 1980 Conference on Census Undercount. Bureau of the Census. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Commerce.

1984 Notes on Census Coverage Estimation Methodologies. Prepared for the March 1984 meeting of the Panel on Decennial Census Methodology, National Research Council.

1985 Discussion of “Estimating the population in a census year: 1980 and beyond.” Journal of the American Statistical Association 80:98-131.

Fellegi, Ivan, and Holt, David

1976 A systematic approach to automatic edit and imputation. Journal of the American Statistical Association 71:17-35.

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Fellegi, Ivan, and Sunter, Alan

1969 A theory for record linkage. Journal of the American Statistical Association 64: 1183-1210.

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1980 Identification of the Hispanic population: A review of Census Bureau experiences. Pp. 358-363 in American Statistical Association 1980 Proceedings of the Survey Research Methods Section. Washington, DC: American Statistical Association.

Ferrari, Pamela W., and Bailey, Leroy

1983 The 1980 Census Telephone Follow-up Experiment—Preliminary Assessments and Implications. Unpublished paper. Bureau of the Census, Washington, DC.

Fienberg, Stephen E.

1970 An iterative procedure for estimation in contingency tables. The Annals of Mathematical Statistics 41(3):907-917.

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1986 Regression models for adjusting the 1980 census. Statistical Science 1(1):3-11.

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1982 A $4 Billion Census in 1990? Timely Decisions on Alternatives to 1980 Procedures Can Save Millions. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing office.

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1978b RRC—Supplementary Results on Population and Household Undercoverage. Internal report, Statistics Canada, Ottawa.

1979 RRC—Methodology Report, Part II. Internal report, Statistics Canada, Ottawa.

Grindley, William C., et al.

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Hansen, Kristin

1984 Geographical Mobility: March 1982 to March 1983. Current Population Reports, Population Characteristics P-20, No. 393. Bureau of the Census. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Commerce.

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1976 Extension of the Gauss-Markov theorem to include the estimation of random effects. Annals of Statistics 4:384-395.

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1975 Best linear unbiased estimation and prediction under a selection model. Biometrics 31:423-447.

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1979 Focus Group Interviews: A Reader. Chicago: American Marketing Association.

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Hill, Robert B.

1980 The synthetic method: Its feasibility for deriving the census undercount for states and local areas. Pp. 129-144 in Proceedings of the 1980 Conference on Census Undercount. Bureau of the Census. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Commerce.

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1973 Estimating the 1970 Census Undercount for State and Local Areas. Unpublished paper. National Urban League Data Service, Washington, DC.

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1984 Data Collection in a Changing Environment. Paper presented at the October 1984 meeting of the Census Advisory Committee, Washington, DC.

Hogan, Howard

1983a Preliminary Analysis of the Relation Between Census Mailback Rates and Gross Undercoverage. Unpublished paper. Bureau of the Census, Washington, DC.

1983b Exploratory Analysis of PEP Data. Unpublished paper. Bureau of the Census, Washington, DC.

1983c Exploratory Analysis of PEP Data—Addendum to Interim Report. Unpublished paper. Bureau of the Census, Washington, DC.

1984a Research Plan on Adjustment for the 1990 Decennial Census. Unpublished paper. Bureau of the Census, Washington, DC.

1984b Research plan on adjustment. Pp. 452-457 in American Statistical Association 1984 Proceedings of the Social Statistics Section. Washington, DC: American Statistical Association.

1984c Thoughts on a Rule for When to Adjust. Unpublished memorandum. Bureau of the Census, Washington, DC.

Hogan, Howard, and Cowan, Charles

1980 Imputations, response errors, and matching in dual-system estimation. Pp. 263-268 in American Statistical Association 1980 Proceedings of the Survey Research Methods Section. Washington, DC: American Statistical Association.

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1978 Nonnegative Regression Estimation for Sample Survey Data. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis. Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa.

1983 Regression M-Weights Computer Programs. Unpublished manuscript. Statistical Research Division, Bureau of the Census, Washington, DC.

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1978 Nonnegative regression estimation for sample survey data. Pp. 300-303 in American Statistical Association 1978 Proceedings of the Social Statistics Section. Washington, DC: American Statistical Association.

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1968 Minimum discrimination information estimation. Biometrics 24:707-713.

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James, Willard, and Stein, Charles

1961 Estimation with quadratic loss. Pp. 361-379 in Proceedings of the Fourth Berkeley Symposium on Mathematical Statistics and Probability. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Jaro, Matthew

1984a Record Linkage Research Plan. Unpublished paper. Bureau of the Census, Washington, DC.

1984b Record linkage research and the calibration of record linkage algorithms. Pp. 599-601 in American Statistical Association 1984 Proceedings of the Social Statistics Section. Washington, DC: American Statistical Association.

1985 Current Record Linkage Research. Paper presented at the April 1985 meeting of the Census Advisory Committee, Washington, DC.

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1984 Interim Census Manager Reports on 1986 Pretest Objectives. Unpublished paper. Bureau of the Census, Washington, DC.

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1984 Approximations for standard errors of estimators of fixed and random effects in mixed linear models. Journal of the American Statistical Association 79:853-862.

Kadane, Joseph B.

1984 Allocating Congressional Seats Among the States When State Populations Are Uncertain. Technical Report No. 309 (revised). Pittsburgh PA: Department of Statistics Carnegie-Mellon University.

Kadane, Joseph B., and Ericksen, Eugene

1984 Revised estimates of state and central city populations on Census Day, 1980. Pp. 208-210 in American Statistical Association 1984 Proceedings of the Social Statistics Section. Washington DC: American Statistical Association.

Kadane, Joseph B., and Lehoczky, John P.

1976 Random juror selection from multiple lists. Operations Research 24:207-219.

Katzoff, Ellen, and Smith, Robert

1983 Preliminary Results of the 1980 Content Reinterview Study. Preliminary Evaluation Results Memorandum No. 67. Bureau of the Census, Washington, DC.

Kelley, R. Patrick

1984a Notes on the Theory and Practice of Exact Matching. Unpublished paper. Bureau of the Census, Washington, DC.

1984b Blocking considerations for record linkage under conditions of uncertainty. Pp. 602-605 in American Statistical Association 1984 Proceedings of the Social Statistics Section. Washington, DC: American Statistical Association.

Keyfitz, Nathan

1979 Information and allocation: Two uses of the 1980 census. The American Statistician 33(2):45-50.

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1980 Facing the fact of census incompleteness. Pp. 27-36 in Proceedings of the 1980 Conference on Census Undercount. Bureau of the Census. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Commerce.

Kish, Leslie

1979 Samples and censuses. International Statistical Review 47(2):99-109.

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1979 Cyclical fluctuations in the difference between the payroll and household measures of employment. Survey of Current Business 59(5):4-44 and 55.

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1978 Counting the uncountable illegals: Some initial statistical speculations employing capture-recapture techniques. Pp. 530-535 in American Statistical Association 1977 Proceedings of the Social Statistics Section. Part 2. Washington, DC: American Statistical Association.

Lesko and Associates

1975 Final Report: Basic Data and Guidance Required to Implement a Major Illegal Alien Study During Fiscal Year 1976. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice.

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1966 Evaluation of coverage in the 1960 census of population through case-by-case checking. Pp. 62-70 in American Statistical Association 1966 Proceedings of the Social Statistics Section. Washington, DC: American Statistical Association.

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1977 Population Growth Estimation: A Handbook of Vital Statistics Measurement. New York: The Population Council.

Marks, Jennifer

1980 Census Bureau data sources on immigration. Pp. 15-20 in American Statistical Association 1980 Proceedings of the Social Statistics Section. Washington, DC: American Statistical Association.

Matchett, Stanley D.

1984 Major Objectives and Priorities for 1986 Pretest. Unpublished paper. Bureau of the Census, Washington, DC.

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Maurice, Arthur J., and Nathan, Richard P.

1982 The census undercount: Effects on federal aid to cities. Urban Affairs Quarterly 17(3):251-284.

Mikkelson, Gordon

1984 Results of the Enumerator-Supplied Roster Portion of the Update List/Leave Procedures Evaluation. Preliminary Evaluation Results Memorandum No. 76. Bureau of the Census, Washington, DC.

Mikkelson, Gordon, and McKelvey, Karen

1983 Preliminary Results from Administrative Records for the Update List/Leave Experiment Program Procedures Evaluation. Preliminary Evaluation Results Memorandum No. 66. Bureau of the Census, Washington, DC.

Miskura, Susan M., and Thompson, John H.

1983 1980 census findings and their implications for 1990 census planning. Pp. 353-360 in American Statistical Association 1983 Proceedings of the Social Statistics Section. Washington, DC: American Statistical Association.

Miskura, Susan M., Woltman, Henry, and Thompson, John

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Scherr, Marvin, G., and Nelson, William, J., Jr.

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Valentine, Charles, and Valentine, Betty Lou

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