Truncated and Censored Samples

Author: A. Clifford Cohen

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781482277036

Category: Mathematics

Page: 328

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This book deals with the development of methodology for the analysis of truncated and censored sample data. It is primarily intended as a handbook for practitioners who need simple and efficient methods for the analysis of incomplete sample data.
Lognormal Distributions

Author: Crow

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351434683

Category: Mathematics

Page: 387

View: 229

Presenting the first comprehensive review of the subject's theory and applications inmore than 15 years, this outstanding reference encompasses the most-up-to-date advancesin lognormal distributions in thorough, detailed contributions by specialists in statistics,business and economics , industry, biology , ecology, geology, and meteorology.Lognormal Distributions describes the theory and methods of point and intervalestimation as well as the testing of hypotheses clearly and precisely from a modemviewpoint-not only for the basic two-parameter lognormal distribution but also for itsgeneralizations, including three parameters, truncated distributions, delta-lognormaldistributions, and two or more dimensions.Featuring over 600 references plus author and subject indexes, this volume rev iews thesubject's history .. . gives explicit formulas for minimum variance unbiased estimates ofparameters and their variances ... provides optimal tests of hypotheses and confidenceinterval procedures for various functions of the parameters in the two-parameter model. .. and discusses practical methods of analysis for truncated, censored, or groupedsamples.
Recent Advances in Life-Testing and Reliability

Author: N. Balakrishnan

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 0849389720

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 672

View: 133

This unique volume presents chapters written on the areas of life-testing and reliability by many well-known researchers who have contributed significantly to these two areas over the years. Chapters cover a wide range of topics such as inference under censoring and truncation, reliability growth models, designs to improve quality, prediction techniques, Bayesian analysis of reliability, multivariate methods, accelerated testing, and more. The book is written in an easy-to-follow style, first presenting the necessary theoretical details and then illustrating the methods with a numerical examples wherever possible. Many tables and graphs that are essential for the use of some of the new methodologies are presented throughout the volume. Numerous examples provide the reader with a clear understanding of the methods presented as well as with insight into the applications of these results.
An Author and Permuted Title Index to Selected Statistical Journals

Author: N.F. Laubscher


ISBN: UOM:39015095088145

Category: Annals of mathematical statistics

Page: 506

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All articles, notes, queries, corrigenda, and obituaries appearing in the following journals during the indicated years are indexed: Annals of mathematical statistics, 1961-1969; Biometrics, 1965-1969#3; Biometrics, 1951-1969; Journal of the American Statistical Association, 1956-1969; Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 1954-1969,#2; South African statistical journal, 1967-1969,#2; Technometrics, 1959-1969.--p.iv.
Regression Models

Author: Richard Breen

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 0803957106

Category: Social Science

Page: 80

View: 747

This book provides an introduction to the regression models needed, where an outcome variable for a sample is not representative of the population from which a generalized result is sought.
Insect Repellents

Author: Mustapha Debboun

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781420006650

Category: Medical

Page: 495

View: 809

Drawing together information previously found only in articles, reviews, symposia proceedings, commercial literature, and medical entomology texts, Insect Repellents: Principles, Methods, and Uses is a one-volume source on the development, evaluation, and use of repellents. It provides a thoughtful analysis of old and new information, from t

Author: A. Colin Cameron

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781139444866

Category: Business & Economics


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This book provides the most comprehensive treatment to date of microeconometrics, the analysis of individual-level data on the economic behavior of individuals or firms using regression methods for cross section and panel data. The book is oriented to the practitioner. A basic understanding of the linear regression model with matrix algebra is assumed. The text can be used for a microeconometrics course, typically a second-year economics PhD course; for data-oriented applied microeconometrics field courses; and as a reference work for graduate students and applied researchers who wish to fill in gaps in their toolkit. Distinguishing features of the book include emphasis on nonlinear models and robust inference, simulation-based estimation, and problems of complex survey data. The book makes frequent use of numerical examples based on generated data to illustrate the key models and methods. More substantially, it systematically integrates into the text empirical illustrations based on seven large and exceptionally rich data sets.
Survival Analysis

Author: John P. Klein

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780387216454

Category: Medical

Page: 538

View: 191

Applied statisticians in many fields must frequently analyze time to event data. While the statistical tools presented in this book are applicable to data from medicine, biology, public health, epidemiology, engineering, economics, and demography, the focus here is on applications of the techniques to biology and medicine. The analysis of survival experiments is complicated by issues of censoring, where an individual's life length is known to occur only in a certain period of time, and by truncation, where individuals enter the study only if they survive a sufficient length of time or individuals are included in the study only if the event has occurred by a given date. The use of counting process methodology has allowed for substantial advances in the statistical theory to account for censoring and truncation in survival experiments. This book makes these complex methods more accessible to applied researchers without an advanced mathematical background. The authors present the essence of these techniques, as well as classical techniques not based on counting processes, and apply them to data. Practical suggestions for implementing the various methods are set off in a series of Practical Notes at the end of each section. Technical details of the derivation of the techniques are sketched in a series of Technical Notes. This book will be useful for investigators who need to analyze censored or truncated life time data, and as a textbook for a graduate course in survival analysis. The prerequisite is a standard course in statistical methodology.