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Latent Class Analysis for Estimating an Unknown Population Size – with Application to Censuses
Journal of Official Statistics
Estimation of the unknown population size using capture-recapture techniques relies on the key assumption that the capture probabilities are homogeneous across individuals in the population. This is usually accomplished via post-stratification by some key covariates believed to influence individual catchability. Another issue that arises in population estimation from data collected from multiple sources is list dependence, where an individual's catchability on one list is related to that ofdoi:10.2478/jos-2021-0030 fatcat:pkjgrz3oyvfvba2l2y7ece4iq4