Analysis of correlated binary data under partially linear single-index logistic models
Clustered data arise commonly in practice and it is often of interest to estimate the mean response parameters as well as the association parameters. However, most research has been directed to address the mean response parameters with the association parameters relegated to a nuisance role. There is relatively little work concerning both the marginal and association structures, especially in the semiparametric framework. In this paper, our interest centers on the inference of both the marginal and association parameters. We develop a semiparametric method for clustered binary data and establish the theoretical results. The proposed methodology is investigated through various numerical studies.
Volume (Year): 100 (2009)
Issue (Month): 2 (February)
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