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We use the properties of independence estimating equations to adjust the ‘independence’ loglikelihood function in the presence of clustering. The proposed adjustment relies on the robust sandwich estimator of the parameter covariance matrix, which is easily calculated. The methodology...
We propose penalized likelihood methods for estimating the concentration matrix in the Gaussian graphical model. The methods lead to a sparse and shrinkage estimator of the concentration matrix that is positive definite, and thus conduct model selection and estimation simultaneously. The...
We propose an estimating function for parameters in a model for Poisson process intensity when time- or space-varying covariates are observed for both the events of the process and at sample times or locations selected from a probability-based sampling design. We investigate the large-sample...
We consider partially linear models of the form Y = X T β + ν( Z ) + ɛ when the response variable Y is sometimes missing with missingness probability π depending on ( X , Z ), and the covariate X is measured with error, where ν( z ) is an unspecified smooth function. The missingness...
We introduce a method based on a pseudolikelihood ratio for estimating the distribution function of the survival time in a mixed-case interval censoring model. In a mixed-case model, an individual is observed a random number of times, and at each time it is recorded whether an event has happened...
We consider the problem of testing a statistical hypothesis where the scientifically meaningful test statistic is a function of latent variables. In particular, we consider detection of genetic linkage, where the latent variables are patterns of inheritance at specific genome locations....
We introduce the generalized threshold mixed model for piecewise-linear stochastic regression with possibly nonnormal time-series data. It is assumed that the conditional probability distribution of the response variable belongs to the exponential family, and the conditional mean response is...
A local likelihood estimator for a nonparametric nuisance function is proposed in the context of semiparametric skew-normal distributions. Constraints imposed on such functions result in a nonparametric estimator with a different target function for maximization from classical local likelihood...
We consider variable selection in the single-index model. We prove that the popular leave- m -out crossvalidation method has different behaviour in the single-index model from that in linear regression models or nonparametric regression models. A new consistent variable selection method, called...
In a large class of hazard models with proportional unobserved heterogeneity, the distribution of the heterogeneity among survivors converges to a gamma distribution. This convergence is often rapid. We derive this result as a general result for exponential mixtures and explore its implications...
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