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Multidimensional Mathematical Demography Hardcover – Nov 1982

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  • Hardcover: 605 pages
  • Publisher: Academic Pr (November 1982)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0124356400
  • ISBN-13: 978-0124356405
  • Shipping Weight: 971 g

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contents Sept. 22 2009
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Format: Hardcover
1. Multidimensional mathematical demography: an overview
2. Multidimensional population analysis with incomplete data
3. Model schedules and multistate demographic analysis: the case of migration
4. Multistate life table methodology: a probabilist critique
5. Statistical methods for Markov-generated increment-decrement life tables with polynomial gross flow functions
6. Transition probability estimation and increment-decrement life tables: using mobility data from a census or survey
7. Generalizing the life table model to incorporate interactions between the sexes
8. Multiregional population projections by place of previous residents
9. Multiregional age-structured populations with changing rates: weak and Stochastic Ergodic theorems
10. Hi and low intensity model of mobility
11. Increment-detriment life tables and semi-Markovian processes from a sample path perspective
12. Population heterogeneity in demographic models