Statistical models and methods for lifetime data

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Wiley, Jan 22, 1982 - Mathematics - 580 pages
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A unified treatment of models and statistical methods used in the analysis of lifetime or response time data. Draws together the most important, up-to-date methods used in engineering, medical and the biological sciences, including parametric, distribution-free, nonparametric, and graphical methods. Numerical illustrations and examples involving real data demonstrate the application of each method to problems in areas such as reliability, product performance evaluation, clinical trials, and experimentation in the biomedical sciences.

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Basic concepts and models
Life tables graphs and related procedures
Inference procedures for exponential distributions

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