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Statistical models based on counting processes
|Statement||Per Kragh Andersen ... [et al.].|
|Series||Springer series in statistics|
|Contributions||Andersen, Per Kragh.|
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Although Statistical Models Based on Counting Processes may be viewed as a research monograph for mathematical statisticians and biostatisticians, almost all the methods are given in concrete detail for use in practice by other mathematically oriented researchers studying event histories (demographers, econometricians, epidemiologists Cited by: Statistical Models Based on Counting Processes may be viewed as a research monograph for mathematical statisticians and biostatisticians, although almost all methods are given in concrete detail to be used in practice by other mathematically oriented researchers studying event histories (demographers, econometricians, epidemiologists, actuarial.
Although Statistical Models Based on Counting Processes may be viewed as a research monograph for mathematical statisticians and biostatisticians, almost all the methods are given in concrete detail for use in practice by other mathematically oriented researchers studying event histories (demographers, econometricians, epidemiologists.
Statistical Models Based on Counting Processes P. K Andersen, Ø. Borgan, R. Gill and N. Keiding, Berlin, Springer xii + pp., DM 58 ISBN 0 9Cited by: Statistical models based on counting processes. Per Kragh Andersen, Ørnulf Borgan, Richard D.
Gill and Niels Keiding, Springer‐Verlag, New York, No. of pages: xi + Book Reviews Statistical Models Based On Counting Process. John Klein Medical College of Wisconsin. Pages Published online: 12 Mar Download citation. Book Reviews. Statistical Models Based On Counting Process References; Citations Cited by: Statistical Models Based on Counting Processes With Illustrations Springer.
Contents Preface v I. Introduction 1 General Introduction to the Book 1 Brief Survey of the Development of the Subject 6 Presentation of Practical Examples 10 II. The Mathematical Background 45 IH.l Examples of Counting Process models for Complete. Statistical Models Based on Counting Processes (P.
Andersen, Ø. Borgan; R. Gill, and N. Keiding). Download Statistical Models Based on Counting Processes (Springer Series in Statistics) Full eBook Read PDF ?book= A thorough revision has led to the result presented here. The main topic of the notes is the theory of multiplicative intens ity models for counting processes, first introduced by Odd Aalen in his Ph.D.
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[Per Kragh Andersen;] -- Modern survival analysis and more general event history analysis may be handled in the mathematical framework of counting processes, stochastic integration, martingale central limit theory and. II.4 Counting Processes.- II.5 Limit Theory.- II.6 Product-Integration and Markov Processes.- II.7 Likelihoods and Partial Likelihoods for Counting Processes.- II.8 The Functional Delta-Method.- II.9 Bibliographic Remarks.- III.
Model Specification and Censoring.- III.1 Examples of Counting Process models for Complete Life History Data. Based on the authors' own research, this book provides a firsthand introduction to new high-dimensional statistical methods derived from RMT.
The book begins with a detailed introduction to useful tools from RMT, and then presents a series of high-dimensional problems with solutions provided by RMT methods. Poisson regression for count data Non-linear regression Smoothing and Generalized Additive Models (GAM) Geographically weighted regression (GWR) Spatial series and spatial autoregression SAR models CAR models Spatial filtering models 17 Time series analysis.
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These involve stratifying or segmenting the predictor space into a. A survey is given of the formulation of statistical models for life history data based on counting processes. Examples include survival data with possibly time dependent covariates and continuous. The main topic of the notes is the theory of multiplicative intens ity models for counting processes, first introduced by Odd Aalen in his Ph.D.
thesis from Berkeleyand in a subsequent fundamental paper in the Annals of Statistics In Copenhagen the interest in statistics on counting processes was sparked by a visit by Odd Aalen Cited by: Created Date: 2/20/ PM.
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