Let us define the hazard rate
for an individual i as
Given that we examine the probability that a subsidiary divestment will occur under the condition that all other subsidiaries are also at risk during the same time period, we employ a Cox proportional hazard rate
model as a commonly used statistical method in the event history analysis.
The hazard rate
of Double Weibull Distribution (DWD)
With this explanation in mind, we will now focus on articulating theory concerning the expected hazard rate
(likelihood) that motor carriers receiving warning flags at the start of the CSA program will come to exit this flagged status.
The hazard rate
is defined as the rate in which the duration or event ends (i.
The finding of black former smokers having a hazard rate
for lung cancer mortality of 0.
estimate was significantly higher for anaplastic astrocytomas in Quebec (p < 0.
an increase in SSW at all ages) increases the hazard rate
at a given age by 0.
The annual bankruptcy hazard rate
was defined as that time from when a player's NFL career begins until his first bankruptcy filing.
At the start of a study, the distribution function f(t), the survival function S(t), and the hazard rate
h(t) are high, while the cumulative hazard rate
H(t) is low.
In contrast, under the cause specific hazard rate
framework  introduced a semiparametric Bayesian method assuming that each cumulative baseline cause-specific hazard rate
function has a gamma prior distribution, and a marginal likelihood function based on data and the prior parameter values was proposed for the estimation of regression parameters by considering cumulative baseline cause-specific hazard rate
functions as a nuisance parameter.
Life tables were used to estimate the day-by-day hazard rate
(occurrence of mortality in a specific time interval conditional on survival to the beginning of that interval) for 1-day intervals up to 60 days after surgery.