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The HRAF Probability Sample: Retrospect And Prospect

Robert O. Lagacé
Published 1979 · Computer Science

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This paper reviews the selection of the original HRAF "probability sample" of sixty cultural units and the status of their respective data re trieval files. It presents a detailed description of the sampling procedure now being used for selecting an additional sixty cultural units, and a report on the status of the respective files developed thus far. Supporting manuals and computer programs are noted briefly.
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