Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) References

Log Cross-Validated Likelihood for interval-censored data. The likelihood is the product of integrals over the innermost intervals. Leave-one-out cross-validation here is accomplished by leaving out each innermost interval and re-computing the integral using the remaining data.

1 | ```
likelihoodcv(p, data, m=101)
``` |

`p` |
A scalar specifying the bandwidth used in the kernel density estimate. |

`data` |
A matrix with two columns, consisting of left and right endpoints of the interval data |

`m` |
numeric quantity which controls the number of grid points used in the density estimate |

A scalar value.

W.J. Braun

Braun, J., Duchesne, T. and Stafford, J.E. (2005) Local likelihood density estimation for interval censored data. Canadian Journal of Statistics 33: 39-60.

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