A generalization of the Kaplan–Meier estimator for analyzing bivariate mortality under right-censoring and left-truncation with applications in model-checking for survival copula models
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KeywordsKaplan–Meier estimator; Bivariate censoring; Left-truncation; Mortality analysis; Lifetime analysis; Nonparametric estimation; Copula models; Bootstrap;
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