Maximum likelihood estimation of generalized linear models with covariate measurement error
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Keywordscovariate measurement error; measurement model; congeneric measurement model; factor model; adaptive quadrature; nonparametric maximum likelihood; NPMLE; latent class model; empirical Bayes; simulation; wrapper; sensitivity analysis; gllamm; cme;
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