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survival models and data analysis

By: Contributor(s): Language: English Series: wiley series in probability and mathematical statistics. applied probability and statistics | bradley, ralph a. (ed.) | hunter, j. stuart (ed.) | kendall, david g. (ed.) | et alPublication details: new york, chichester, brisbane : john wiley and sons 1980Edition: 1. edDescription: xvi, 457 ppISBN:
  • 0-471-03174-7
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 312 304 factors affecting social behavior
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from the table of contents: preface; survival measurements and concepts: survival data; measures of mortality and morbidity. ratios, proportions, and means; survival distributions; mortality experiences and life tables: life tables. fundamentals and construction; complete mortality data. estimation of survival function; incomplete mortality data. follow-up studies; fitting parametric survival distributions; comparison of mortality experiences; multiple types of failure: theory of competing causes. probabilistic approach; multiple decrement life tables; single decrement life tables associated with multiple decrement life tables. their interpretation and meaning; estimation and testing hypotheses in competing risk analysis; some more advanced topics: concomitant variables in lifetime distributions models; age of onset distributions; models of aging and chronic diseases;
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from the table of contents: preface; survival measurements and concepts: survival data; measures of mortality and morbidity. ratios, proportions, and means; survival distributions; mortality experiences and life tables: life tables. fundamentals and construction; complete mortality data. estimation of survival function; incomplete mortality data. follow-up studies; fitting parametric survival distributions; comparison of mortality experiences; multiple types of failure: theory of competing causes. probabilistic approach; multiple decrement life tables; single decrement life tables associated with multiple decrement life tables. their interpretation and meaning; estimation and testing hypotheses in competing risk analysis; some more advanced topics: concomitant variables in lifetime distributions models; age of onset distributions; models of aging and chronic diseases;

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