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MODELING HETEROGENEITY FOR BIVARIATE SURVIVAL DATA BY POWER VARIANCE FUNCTION DISTRIBUTION

@inproceedings{Hanagal2002MODELINGHF,
  title={MODELING HETEROGENEITY FOR BIVARIATE SURVIVAL DATA BY POWER VARIANCE FUNCTION DISTRIBUTION},
  author={David D. Hanagal},
  year={2002}
}
We propose a bivariate Weibull regression model with frailty which is generated by power variance function distribution. We assume that the bivariate survival data follow bivariate Weibull of Hanagal (2005a) and distribution of censoring variable is independent of the two life times. There are some interesting situations like survival times in genetic epidemiology, survival times of dental implants of patients and survival times of twin births (both monozygotic and dizygotic) where genetic… 

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