Length-biased data, Advanced Statistics

Length-biased data is a data which arise when the probability that an item is sampled is proportional to its own length. A main example of this situation occurs in the renewal theory where inter-event time data are of this type if they are obtained by sampling the lifetimes in progress at a randomly chosen point in time.

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