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A dynamic Mover–Stayer model for recurrent event processes subject to resolution
(Springer US, 2014-07)
In studies of affective disorder, individuals are often observed to experience recurrent symptomatic exacerbations warranting hospitalization. Interest may lie in modeling the occurrence of such exacerbations over time ...
Analysis of interval-censored recurrent event processes subject to resolution
Interval-censored recurrent event data arise when the event of interest is not readily observed but the cumulative event count can be recorded at periodic assessment times. In some settings, chronic disease processes may ...
Regression with incomplete covariates and left-truncated time-to-event data
Studies of chronic diseases routinely sample individuals subject to conditions on an event time of interest. In epidemiology, for example, prevalent cohort studies aiming to evaluate risk factors for survival following ...