Jackknifing the Kaplan-Meier survival estimator for censored data : simulation results and asymptotic analysis
Gaver, Donald Paul
Miller, R. G.
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The Kaplan-Meier estimate is a non-parametric maximum likelihood estimate for the probability of equipment of human survival. This report describes a jackknife confidence limit procedure for probability of survival, based on K.-M., and describes confidence limit properties by simulation and by asymptotic analysis. (Author)
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