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P. (1980). Water Resour. , 16, 159–171. ) See also AUTOREGRESSIVE –INTEGRATED MOVING AVERAGE (ARIMA) MODELS; AUTOREGRESSIVE –MOVING AVERAGE (ARMA) MODELS; MULTIPLE TIME SERIES; SEASONALITY; STOCHASTIC PROCESSES; and TIME SERIES. BOVAS ABRAHAM INTERVIEWER VARIANCE Interviewer variance is the portion of error in a survey∗ or census∗ statistic that arises from different results being obtained by different interviewers or enumerators. It is an error component that is thus limited to telephone or face-to-face data collections or others that utilize interviewers in the data-collection process.
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Encyclopedia of Statistical Scis. [Vol. 06] by S. Kotz