Estimation of Time of Survival Rate by Using Clayton Function for the Exponential Distribution with Practical Application

Authors

  • Muna Kadhim Jewi

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33095/jeas.v28i132.2278

Keywords:

survival function, creatinine, factor analysis, Clayton bond function, unary distributions, co-binary distribution .

Abstract

Each phenomenon contains several variables. Studying these variables, we find mathematical formula to get the joint distribution and the copula that are a useful and good tool to find the amount of correlation, where the survival function was used to measure the relationship of age with the level of cretonne in the remaining blood of the person. The Spss program was also used to extract the influencing variables from a group of variables using factor analysis and then using the Clayton copula function that is used to find the shared binary distributions using multivariate distributions, where the bivariate distribution was calculated, and then the survival function value was calculated for a sample size (50) drawn from Yarmouk Hospital for renal patients, where nephritis directly affects human life because of its risks related to an increase in the possibility of permanent damage to the kidneys or infection that may cause failure. Renal life-threatening and the survival function represents the time when a particular system stops working After applying the model, it was found from the results of the research that there is an effect of an increase in the level of creatinine in the blood with age on the survival function ratio, as the higher the creatinine percentage leads to a decrease in survival, which means that the period of time lived by a person with an increase in creatinine in the blood decreases the higher it is in patients.

 

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Published

2022-06-30

How to Cite

Kadhim Jewi, M. . (2022) “Estimation of Time of Survival Rate by Using Clayton Function for the Exponential Distribution with Practical Application”, Journal of Economics and Administrative Sciences, 28(132), pp. 134–145. doi: 10.33095/jeas.v28i132.2278.

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Statistical Researches