Dependence in the 2001 one-number census project

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Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series A: Statistics in Society, 2006, 169 (4), pp. 883 - 902
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The one-number census approach was developed by the Office for National Statistics to adjust the counts from the 2001 census of England and Wales for underenumeration. The method is underpinned by an assumption of independence between the count of the population that was given by the 2001 census and the count that was given by the Census Coverage Survey. Some dependence was, however, detected, and the paper describes the strategy that was used to measure dependence and to adjust the 2001 census population estimates. © 2006 Royal Statistical Society.
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