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Since the density function of T exists, the hazard rate function can also be defined as % With Tj, Cj, öj defined as above, the observed random variables are then Xj and Sj. Henceforth we assume that (a) Ti,T2,"- ,T n are non-negative, independent and identically distributed with distribution function F and density / , (b) Ci, C2, • • • , Cn are non-negative, independent and identically distributed with distribution function G and density g, and (c) the T's and Cs are independent. 2 The Bayesian model The estimator for the hazard rate proposed in the next section is obtained by writing the estimation problem using a Bayesian linear model.
This paper discusses a Bayesian functional estimation method, based on Fourier series, for the estimation of the hazard rate from randomly right-censored data, A nonparametric approach, assuming that the hazard rate has no specific and prespecified parametric form, is used. A Simulation study is also done to compare the proposed methodology with the estimators introduced in Antoniadis et al. (1999). The method is illustrated with a real data set consisting of survival data from bone marrow transplant patients.
2001). The butterfly did it: The aberrant vote for Buchanan in Palm Beach County, Florida. The American Political Science Review, 95:793-810. Chapter 3 BAYESIAN FUNCTIONAL ESTIMATION OF HAZARD RATES FOR RANDOMLY RIGHT CENSORED DATA USING FOURIER SERIES METHODS Jean-Frangois Angers Brenda MacGibbon Abstract 1. This paper discusses a Bayesian functional estimation method, based on Fourier series, for the estimation of the hazard rate from randomly right-censored data, A nonparametric approach, assuming that the hazard rate has no specific and prespecified parametric form, is used.