Statistical Inference of a Bivariate Proportional Hazard Model with Grouped Data
This paper proposes a semiparametric proportional hazard model for bivariate duration data in the analysis of two-component systems. Examples include the two infection times of the left and the right kidneys of patients and the two retirement times of married couples. As a generalization of the bivariate exponential distribution a la Marshall and Olkin (1967), the proposed model, on the one hand, controls for the effect of observed covariates, and on the other, achieves great flexibility through nonparametrically specified base-line hazards.
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- Mark Yuying An & Roberto Ayala, 1996.
"Nonparametric Estimation of a Survivor Function with Across- Interval-Censored Data,"
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