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work

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act

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the proper activity of a person or thing

a large or important social gathering

to react in a specified way

to perform a function effectively

to perform the duties of another

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(mathematics) a mathematical relation such that each element of a given set (the domain of the function) is associated with an element of another set (the range of the function)

what something is used for

the actions and activities assigned to or required or expected of a person or group

a relation such that one thing is dependent on another

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a formal or official social gathering or ceremony

perform as expected when applied

serve a purpose, role, or function

perform duties attached to a particular office or place or function

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Subsequent piecewise linear regression performed on each segment of the hazard function (after identification of the timing of abrupt changes in the hazard) allowed for an improved model ([R.
The latter, which are dominated by disappearances owing to M&A, are similar to the M&A hazard function reported in Table 5, with a reversal of signs on all coefficients because survival, rather than disappearance, is coded 1, and disappearance coded 0.
FINDING 3: THE TIME-TO-GRADUATION HAZARD FUNCTIONS FOR STUDENTS WITH DIFFERENT DISABILITIES CAN BE GROUPED INTO TWO "TYPICAL" PROFILES--THOSE WITH A HIGHER CONDITIONAL PROBABILITY AND THOSE WITH A LOWER CONDITIONAL PROBABILITY
Additionally, we can see from Figure 2 that the hazard functions are overlapping.
Therefore, a Kaplan-Meier survival function and a smooth hazard function were estimated through the Kernel Epanechnikov distribution function: for the group of 78 countries (Exhibit 4), for high income level countries (Exhibit 5) and for the countries grouped by region (Exhibit 6).
Although the Cox models are flexible, and we can examine the shape of the estimated baseline hazard function, they do not allow us to test hypotheses about that shape.
All that remains is to specify the form of a hazard function and estimate by means of maximum likelihood estimation.
A new statistical model is proposed for survivability of microbial cells during convective air drying, where mortality is predicted by hazard functions and acceleration factors applied to temperature, moisture content and drying rate variables.
To investigate this, we characterized disenrollment spell durations by calculating Kaplan-Meier hazard functions and the corresponding non-parametric survivor functions for these spells.
The dynamic nature of this model exploits the interaction of change in the explanatory variables with a subject firm's status over time, and permits the calculation of a hazard function or the conditional probability, [lambda](t), of a change in status.
Assuming a conventional loglinear form for the effect of covariates, the empirical Weibull hazard function can be written as:
I use hazard function analysis to test this simple theory for 303 new commercial banks chartered in 1985, just as the wave of bank failures shown in figure 1 was picking up steam.
In the presence of censored data, the appropriate model for examining the probability of being employed is the survival model (or hazard function model), which is applied to data that specify the time elapsed until an event occurs [Retherford and Choe (1993)].
The hazard rate or hazard function is the conditional probability that a person leaves employment in a very short time period, given that the person remains employed until that time period.
Assume the corresponding hazard function for this set of firms is the one arbitrarily depicted as the dotted line in Figure 1A.
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