# The Statistical Analysis of Failure Time Data

@article{George2003TheSA, title={The Statistical Analysis of Failure Time Data}, author={Laurence L. George}, journal={Technometrics}, year={2003}, volume={45}, pages={265 - 266} }

Chapter 5, “Inference Procedures for Log-Location-Scale Distributions,” is concerned with likelihood-based inference under various censoring schemes for the important case where the logarithm of the lifetime is modeled with a location-scale distribution. The Weibull, extreme value, lognormal, and loglogistic distributions are discussed. In addition, two distributions with an additional parameter, the generalized log-Burr and the generalized log-gamma, are discussed. Chapter 6, “Parametric…

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