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A copula model for marked point processes
Many chronic diseases feature recurring clinically important events. In addition, however, there often exists a random variable which is realized upon the occurrence of each event reflecting the severity of the event, a ...
Inverse Probability Weighted Estimating Equations for Randomized Trials in Transfusion Medicine
Thrombocytopenia is a condition characterized by extremely low platelet counts, which puts patients at elevated risk of morbidity and mortality because of bleeding. Trials in transfusion medicine are routinely designed ...
Robust Estimation of Mean Functions and Treatment Effects for Recurrent Events Under Event-Dependent Censoring and Termination: Application to Skeletal Complications in Cancer Metastatic to Bone
(Taylor & Francis, 2009)
In clinical trials featuring recurrent clinical events, the definition and estimation of treatment effects involves a number of interesting issues, especially when loss to follow-up may be eventrelated and when terminal ...
A Multistate Model for Bivariate Interval-Censored Failure Time Data
Interval-censored life-history data arise when the events of interest are only detectable at periodic assessments. When interest lies in the occurrence of two such events, bivariate-interval censored event time data are ...