Parametric Weibull Model Based on Imputations Techniques for Partly Interval Censored Data
The term survival analysis has been used in a broad sense to describe collection of statistical procedures for data analysis for which the outcome variable of interest is time until an event occurs, the time to failure of an experimental unit might be censored and this can be right, left, interval, and Partly Interval Censored data (PIC). In this paper, the analysis of this model is conducted based on parametric Weibull model via PIC data. Moreover, two imputation techniques are used, which are: left point and right point. The effectiveness of the proposed model is tested through numerical analysis on simulated and secondary data sets.
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