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Sufficient dimension reduction for survival data analysis with error-prone variables. (English) Zbl 07524970

Summary: Sufficient dimension reduction (SDR) is an important tool in regression analysis which reduces the dimension of covariates without losing predictive information. Several methods have been proposed to handle data with either censoring in the response or measurement error in covariates. However, little research is available to deal with data having these two features simultaneously. In this paper, we examine this problem. We start with considering the cumulative distribution function in regular settings and propose a valid SDR method to incorporate the effects of censored data and covariates measurement error. Theoretical results are established, and numerical studies are reported to assess the performance of the proposed methods.

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62-XX Statistics
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