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Empirical likelihood is a powerful nonparametric inference approach in statistical literature, and one of the most promising applications of Empirical likelihood method is a survival analysis. This book develops systematically the empirical likelihood method with hazard and other parameters with censored data. The book covers the Regression models that include the Cox proportional hazards regression, the AFT models, and a semi-parametric accelerated failure time model.
Title: Empirical Likelihood Method in Survival Analysis (Chapman & Hall/CRC Biostatistics Series)
Author: Mai Zhou
Length: 232 Pages
Publication Date: 2015-06-29