overcount


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overcount

(ˌəʊvəˈkaʊnt)
vb (tr)
to outnumber
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As we do not account for the structure of L, b is an overcount for the number of [Z.
Table 1 illustrates that unlike other population surveys, the ACS appears to overcount rather than undercount Medicaid and CHIP enrollment.
Instead, the rules may overcount some votes and largely disregard many others.
17) Jeffrey Passel and Patricia Berman note that this type of natural increase is demographically impossible and suggest an overcount of Indians in certain segments of the country.
1 bijectively, or by an overcount, in the spirit of Denes [2], that counts factorizations of all conjugates of a Singer cycle and then divides by the conjugacy class size?
Let us begin by accepting the government's 2012 figure of 117,000 Maroons in Suriname--even though it is far more likely to be an undercount than an overcount.
The Census Bureau, which checks its work across the country shortly after each decennial census, says it did not measure a statistically significant undercount or overcount in Hidalgo County in 2010.
Non-determinism and overcount on modern hardware performance counter implementations.
The city of Missoula had the largest numerical overcount of 2,088, even though the county estimate was nearly identical to the Census count.
In earlier work comparing demographics among physicians in the AMA Masterfile with census data, we found strong evidence that the lags in which the Masterfile data are updated led to an undercount of young physicians and an overcount of older physicians (Staiger et al.
This last group causes the Medicaid undercount to lead to an "uninsured overcount.
CENSUS BUREAU, NEWSROOM, Census Bureau Releases Estimates of Undercount and Overcount in the 2010 Census (May 22, 2012) http://www.