Oct 31, 2011 ... January 2000 ... While the basic methodology used to produce these projections
is the .... between the new and old projections can be explained in large part by
the ... This initial age distribution represents essential information that is .....
Because separate short- and long-term assumptions were made, ...
These data, however, lack race and ethnicity information ... names to data,
including the assumptions used to define and edit names, will be discussed .....
write in their full name in the last name space, realize they have made an error,
Apr 25, 2016 ... More detailed information may be found in the Technical Methods ... may be
made in the inventory based on updated information and different data sources.
... These "background" contributions can be significant for some air .... Both the
ASPEN and HEM-AERMOD models utilize the 2000 Census data.
We use data from the 2000 census of Mexico to construct synthetic ...
assumptions, which are closely related to the “ignorability” or ... Mexican census
contains income information, these can be checked against the poverty .... and
Rosenbaum and Rubin (1983), the program evaluation literature has made
frequent use of the.
First, we address the various types of census error that can occur, defining ...
errors in census counts can result from missing information and the resulting use
of ... Box 4.2) the 2000 census used item imputation, whole-person imputation,
and ..... many of the assumptions made by demographic analysis have become
These demographic trends play out differently in different states and regions, with
... Source: U.S. Census Bureau, "Population Change and Distribution, 2000 to ...
will be made up of non-Hispanic whites and their younger populations made up
of ..... These assumptions, in turn, are extrapolated from current estimates of the .....
These techniques typically rely on ... However, in human populations
demographers can supply alternative sources of population data that allow
Census evaluation to be made under less restrictive assumptions ... matching
information is available (the \P-sample") and the persons in the A.C.E. clusters (
These levels of racial and ethnic mixing and an increased awareness of
multiracial ... Small differences in assumptions about the relative magnitudes of
these processes can lead to ... Census 2000 questions on Hispanic origin, race,
and ancestry .... A similar political effort was made in the late 1980s to include
May 23, 2001 ... Important information gleaned from past enumerations together with the ... Hence
, important progress was made without the use of statistical adjustment ... Despite
the success of the 2000 census, supporters of statistical ..... Using the results of
these comparisons and making certain assumptions, one could ...
It is essential that users have a basic understanding of these assumptions ...
Uncertainty in projections can result from a variety of sources, such as in the ... to
census results or an estimate of the population at the beginning of the period. ...
Brazil, for example, had fertility decline to below-replacement level in the mid-