HAMISH survey support system : technical description

by Zahava D. Doering, Susan Welt

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Examines the survey support system of HAMISH, which is a set of computer programs, technical procedures, and materials designed to support survey field operations for the Housing Assistance Supply Experiment. Discusses development, capabilities, and functions of the system and describes materials it produced for the current survey cycle, explaining their use and reproducing examples of each item. Also describes a selected set of survey support materials produced for previous survey cycles.

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