2 edition of **Statistical inference for a family of counting processes** found in the catalog.

Statistical inference for a family of counting processes

Odd Olai Aalen

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Published
**1976**
by Institute of Mathematical Statistics, University of Copenhagen in Copenhagen [Universitetsparken 5]
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Written in English

- Point processes.,
- Estimation theory.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | [by] Odd Olai Aalen. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA274.42 .A18 1976 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 108 p. ; |

Number of Pages | 108 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL4611377M |

LC Control Number | 77375120 |

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Models of Randomness and Statistical Inference Statistics is a discipline that provides with a methodology allowing to make an infer-ence from real random data on parameters of probabilistic models that are believed to generate such data. The position of . The intensity of a counting process is a measure of the rate of change of its predictable part. If a stochastic process {(), ≥} is a counting process, then it is a submartingale, and in particular its Doob-Meyer decomposition is = + ()where () is a martingale and () is a predictable increasing process. is called the cumulative intensity of () and it is related to by.

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This empirical process is intended for plotting purposes and it generalizes the empirical cumulative hazard rate from survival analysis and is related to the product limit estimator. Consistency and weak convergence results are given. Tests for comparison of two counting processes, generalizing the two sample rank tests, are defined and studied.

McKeague I.W. () Introduction to Aalen () Nonparametric Inference for a Family of Counting Processes. In: Kotz S., Johnson N.L. (eds) Breakthroughs in Statistics. Springer Series in Statistics (Perspectives in Statistics).

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