systematic sampling


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systematic sampling

[‚sis·tə′mad·ik ′sam·pliŋ]
(mining engineering)
Extracting samples at evenly spaced periods or in fixed quantities from a unit of coal.
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Note that in Hobolth and Jensen (2002), circular systematic sampling on [0,1) instead of [0, 2[pi]) is considered, so Eq.
Using the 5 strata defined and systematic sampling within strata, we calculated a minimum sample of 84 boxes (17.
Ecologists use many designs to select the sample units but the two main approaches are simple random sampling (SRS) and systematic sampling (Southwood 1968, Chessel 1978).
Systematic sampling works well when we have a list of the population readily available, such as a membership directory, a list of farmer borrowers from a certain bank, etc.
If the starting number is greater than I, then the systematic sampling requires returning to the beginning of the numbered transactions, to items numbered before the "starting point," in order to obtain the entire sample.
Additional drilling will be planned to follow up CAU07 and CAU16 to conduct systematic sampling and define new resources in this area which is located immediately south of the Orocobre Olaroz project and adjacent to the SQM/LAC brine resource.
Systematic random sampling, which combines both the unbiasedness of random sampling and the efficiency of a systematic sampling, was used in our research.
La Galerie Stream, situee sur l'avenue Myrtle dans le quartier Bushwick a Brooklyn presentait, recemment, l'exposition de groupe Systematic Sampling.
Using systematic sampling the patients were divided into two groups.
Perth, Australia, Nov 16, 2012 - (ABN Newswire) - ABM Resources NL (ASX:ABU) is pleased to announce the first ever drill results and further systematic sampling from the Old Glory Prospect located 500m south of the Old Pirate Deposit.
The first, a systematic sampling technique with multiple random starts, was applied to sites that were deemed "high density" (>50 mussels/hr found in timed searches).

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