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Multidimensional mathematical demography

College Park) Conference on Multidimensional Mathematical Demography (1981 : University of Maryland

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Published
**1982**
by Academic Press, 1982. in New York
.

Written in English

- Demography -- Mathematical models -- Congresses,
- Mortality -- Tables -- Congresses

**Edition Notes**

Statement | edited by Kenneth C. Land, Andrei Rogers.. -- |

Series | Studies in population, Studies in population |

Contributions | Land, Kenneth C., Rogers, Andrei, National Science Foundation (U.S.) |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | xiii, 605 p. -- ; |

Number of Pages | 605 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL21365809M |

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Applications of mathematical demography to population projection and forecasting, kinship, microdemography, heterogeneity, and multi-state models are considered. The new edition maintains and extends the book’s focus on the consequences of changes in the vital rates. Lecturing Notes - DEMOGRAPHY 2 (including problems and solutions). Hansen, H.O. (). An AIDS model with reproduction - with an application based on data from Uganda. Mathematical Population Studies, , Vol. 8(2), pp. Hansen, H.O. (). Issues of population dynamics and heterogeneity in a demographic multistate model.

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Multidimensional Mathematical Demography is a collection of papers dealing with the problems of inaccurate or unavailable demographic data, transformation of data into probabilities, multidimensional population dynamic models, and the problems of heterogeneity.

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Castro --Multistate life table methodology / Jan M. Hoem and Ulla Funck Jensen --Statistical. Multidimensional mathematical demography: an overview 2. Multidimensional population analysis with incomplete data 3.

Model schedules and multistate demographic analysis: the case of migration 4. Multistate life table methodology: a probabilist critique 5. Statistical methods for Markov-generated increment-decrement life tables with polynomial Cited by: Description: Multidimensional Mathematical Demography is a collection of papers dealing with the problems of inaccurate or unavailable demographic data, transformation of data into probabilities, multidimensional population dynamic models, and the problems of heterogeneity.

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Land, K. C., and R. Schoen. Statistical methods for Markov-generated increment-decrement life tables with polynomial gross flow functions.

In Multidimensional mathematical demography. Edited by K. Land and A. Rogers, – New York: Academic Press.

Google Scholar. Land KC & Rogers A (). Multidimensional Mathematical Demography: An Overview. IIASA Research Report (Reprint). IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: RR Reprinted from Multidimensional Mathematical Demography, Kenneth C.

Land and Andrei Rogers (eds). Books shelved as demography: An Essay on the Principle of Population by Thomas Robert Malthus, A Concise History of World Population by Massimo Livi Bacc.

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EIKO STRADER, RESEARCH ASSISTANT: Eiko Strader is an assistant professor of Public Policy and Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies at the George Washington University. Mathematical demography is the subfield of demography that is concerned with developing and refining measures and methods for studying population composition and change.

Historically, demographers used population level data to compute measures of the key components of population change: fertility, mortality, and : Scott M. Lynch, Kenneth C. Land, Yang Claire Yang, Zeng Yi. The development of multidimensional mathematical demography and its application to the analysis of such changes in life status as marriage, occupation, and migration is discussed.

"This article presents an overview of the methods and models specific to this new branch. Demography: historical perspective Demography is the study of human population dynamics.

Achille Guillard first used the title on his book: "Elements de Statistique Humaine ou Demographie Comparee". Two Greek roots: demos (people) graphy (branch of knowledge regarding a particular science in this case, human populations). book has enjoyed such a long, successful run without sub-stantive revisions.

By the mid s, however, a number of important methodological and technological advances in demography had occurred that rendered “M&M” out-of-date. These advances led to the commissioning of this revi-sion of the Condensed version, an endeavor for which. Almost universally, women with higher levels of education have fewer children.

Better education is associated with lower mortality, better health, and different migration patterns. Hence, the global population outlook depends greatly on further progress in education, particularly of young women.

Bythe highest and lowest education scenarios—assuming identical education-specific Cited by:. Mathematical Demography, Selected Papers, 2 nd Revised Edition is an updated version of the classic page text of the same name that has long been out of print.

At pages, the second revised edition is shorter, due in large part to the omission of contemporary papers that are now readily available on the internet.multidimensional matrix mathematics, which includes multidimensional matrix algebra and multidimensional matrix calculus.

These are new branches of math created by the author with numerous applications in engineering, math, natural science, social science, and other fields. multidimensional matrices can be simplified such that theFile Size: KB.I served as Chair of Sociology from January to August My main research interests are contemporary social trends and quality-of-life measurement, social problems, demography, criminology, organizations, and mathematical and statistical models and methods for the study of social and demographic processes.