Bootstrap and Jacknnife resampling in reliability: case exponential and Weibull
Keywords:Bootstrap, Jackknife, reliability function
In this paper the resampling methods bootstrap-t, Jackknife delete I and delete II, are compared using the non-parametric estimators Kaplan-Meier and Nelson-Aalen, frequently used in the practice, taking into account different percentages of censorship, sample sizes and times of interest. The comparation is carried out by simulation, using the mean square error.
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