In science and technology, interest often lies in studying processes which generate events repeatedly over time. Such processes are referred to as recurrent event processes and the data they provide are called recurrent event data. In some settings interest may lie in a relatively small number of processes generating a large number of events. This is the case when studying stoppages to assembly lines, when analyzing processes for software fault detection and removal, or when investigating the incidence of injuries in manufacturing plants.


Recurrent Event Intensity Function Event Process Calendar Time Event Count 
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