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to compare the similarities and differences between two volunteers’ evaluation results. When not considering sentence location, we ranked six methods according to the average score of each method, which was shown in Table 5 . We could find that rankings of STC-WordNet-MMR, bisecting K-means-Word2Vec-TF-IDF and bisecting K-means-Word2Vec-MMR were same in two volunteers’ evaluations. They both identified the survey quality obtained by bisecting K-means algorithm was poor, especially the combination of bisecting K-means, Word2Vec and TF-IDF. Reasons of this

Society, Series A. Vol. 177, Part 1: 27-29. Biemer, P. and L. Lyberg. 2003. Introduction to Survey Quality. New York: John Wiley & Sons. Biemer, P. and D. Trewin. 2012. Development of Quality Indicators at Statistics Sweden. Report to Statistics Sweden, January 2012. Biemer, P. and D. Trewin. 2013. A Second Application of the ASPIRE Quality Evaluation System for Statistics Sweden. Report to Statistics Sweden, January 2013. Biemer, P. and D. Trewin. 2014. A Third Application of ASPIRE for Statistics Sweden. Report to Statistics Sweden, January 2014. Brackstone, G. 1999

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References Biemer, P. (2010). Total Survey Error: Design, Implementation, and Evaluation. Public Opinion Quarterly, 74, 1-35. Biemer, P.P. and Lyberg, L. (2003). Introduction to Survey Quality. New York: John Wiley & Sons. Couper, M.P. (1998), Measuring Survey Quality in a CASIC Environment. Invited paper presented at the Joint Statistical Meetings of the American Statistical Association, Dallas, TX. Available at: http://www.amstat.org/sections/srms/Proceedings/ (accessed June 20, 2012) Curtin, R., Presser, S., and Singer, E. (2005). Changes in Telephone Survey

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In Other Journals SURVEY METHODOLOGY A Journal Published by Statistics Canada Volume 38, Number 2, December 2012 CONTENTS Waksberg Invited Paper Series Lars Lyberg Survey Quality ............................................................................................................ 107 Regular Papers Jaqueline Garcia-Yi and Ulrike Grote Data collection: Experiences and lessons learned by asking sensitive questions in a remote coca growing region in Peru .................................................................. 131 Jun Shao, Martin Klein and Jing Xu

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