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A Nonparametric Comparison of Conditional Distributions with Nonnegligible Cure Fractions


  • Yi Li

    (Havard University)

  • Jin Feng

    (University of Massachusetts)


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  • Yi Li & Jin Feng, 2004. "A Nonparametric Comparison of Conditional Distributions with Nonnegligible Cure Fractions," Harvard University Biostatistics Working Paper Series 1009, Berkeley Electronic Press.
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    1. Ronghui Xu & John O'Quigley, 2000. "Proportional hazards estimate of the conditional survival function," Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series B, Royal Statistical Society, vol. 62(4), pages 667-680.
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    Cure Model; Cramer-Von Mises Statistics; Asymptotic Theory;

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