Correlated Frailty Models Based on Reversed Hazard
The correlated frailty model is the important concept in the area of multivariate frailty models. In the 13th chapter, we have discussed the properties of the correlated gamma frailty and correlated inverse Gaussian frailty models based on hazard rate. Now, in this chapter, we will discuss correlated gamma frailty models based on reversed hazard rate with three different baseline distributions and also applied to Australian twin data.
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