A framework for consistent prediction rules based on markers

@inproceedings{Jewell1993AFF,
  title={A framework for consistent prediction rules based on markers},
  author={Nicholas Patrick Jewell and Jens Perch Nielsen},
  year={1993}
}
SUMMARY Recently interest has developed regarding the statistical properties and uses of marker processes in the context of the analysis of failure time data or survival analysis. A marker process is a stochastic process that acts as a time dependent covariate that is internal to the unit under study in the language of Kalbfleisch & Prentice (1980). As such the sample path of the process up to a certain point in time may carry information about the subsequent hazard for failure. Uses of marker… CONTINUE READING

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