Statistical analysis of semi-Markov processes based on the theory of counting processes
Many applications of stochastic process models in biostatistics involve several time-scales simultaneously.
KeywordsSojourn Time Counting Process Censor Survival Data Death Intensity Multiplicative Intensity Model
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