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Variables regionalisees et denombrement d'Insectes : cas unidimensionnel

Abstract : The accuracy of a systematic sample cannot be calculated within the framework of classical sampling theory. A simple example relating to populations biology (insects counting) is used to show that the transitive theory of regionalized variables allows this calculation. Results are compared with those obtained from sub-sampling simulation within data.
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J. Thioulouse, François Houllier, Jean-Claude Onillon. Variables regionalisees et denombrement d'Insectes : cas unidimensionnel. Comptes rendus de l’Académie des sciences. Série III, Sciences de la vie, Elsevier, 1985, 301, pp.423-428. ⟨hal-00698256⟩

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