The stochastic inverse projection and the population of Velletri (1590-1870)
A new stochastic method of inverse projection based on the simulation of age and sex of deaths is proposed. The method is implemented in two procedures, i.e., SIPAV (forward inverse projection) and SIPIN (backward inverse projection). The two procedures are used to study the history of the population of Velletri from 1590 to 1870.
Volume (Year): 10 (2003)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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