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On the L_p-error of the Grenander-type estimator in the Cox model

by   Cecile Durot, et al.

We consider the Cox regression model and study the asymptotic global behavior of the Grenander-type estimator for a monotone baseline hazard function. This model is not included in the general setting of Durot (2007). However, we show that a similar central limit theorem holds for L_p-error of the Grenander-type estimator. We also propose a test procedure for a Weibull baseline distribution, based on the L_p-distance between the Grenander estimator and a parametric estimator of the baseline hazard. Simulation studies are performed to investigate the performance of this test.


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