Observation Schemes, Censoring and Likelihood.
Some Nonparametric and Graphical Procedures.
Inference Procedures for Parametric Models.
Inference procedures for Log-Location-Scale Distributions.
Parametric Regression Models.
Semiparametric Multiplicative Hazards Regression Models.
Rank-Type and Other Semiparametric Procedures for Log-Location-Scale Models.
Multiple Modes of Failure.
Goodness of Fit Tests.
Beyond Univariate Survival Analysis.
Appendix A. Glossary of Notation and Abbreviations.
Appendix B. Asymptotic Variance Formulas, Gamma Functions and Order Statistics.
Appendix C. Large Sample Theory for Likelihood and Estimating Function Methods.
Appendix D. Computational Methods and Simulation.
Appendix E. Inference in Location-Scale Parameter Models.
Appendix F. Martingales and Counting Processes.
Appendix G. Data Sets.
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