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Interval-Censored Observations

Observations that often arise in the context of studies of time elapsed to a particular event when subjects are not monitored continuously. Instead the prior occurrence of the event of interest is detectable only at specific times of observation, for example, at the time of medical examination.

Interval-Censored Observations

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