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The size of a subsample was always equal to 30% of nonrespondent number 712 observed in the first-phase sample. For each sample-subsample pair the realizations of the H-K estimator and the standard estimator were computed. By this way an empirical distribution of mean value estimates was obtained for each population. Then the bias and the MSE of the estimator were computed by averaging biases and MSE's over all populations. 200. For 36 Gamrot each n from this range a total of 100 populations were generated and 100 samples were drawn from each population.
We estimate these different clustering solutions using a hierarchical Bayes mixture model where Beta densities are used to illustrate the methodology. We begin the specification of the proposed model by defining the appropriate membership random variables and formulating the likelihood function. Next, we specify priors and derive the resulting full conditional distributions that are necessary for the implementation of a Monte Carlo Markov chain algorithm that we devise for estimation. In our Bayesian mixture model framework, we define two sets of membership random variables to identify cluster membership for each observed data point.