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In longitudinal studies, individual subjects may experience recurrent events of the same type over a relatively long period of time. The longitudinal pattern of the gaps between the successive recurrent events is often of great research interest. In this article, the probability structure of the recurrent gap times is first explored in the presence of censoring. According to the discovered structure, we introduce the proportional reverse-time hazards models with unspecified baseline functionsdoi:10.1093/biostatistics/5.2.277 pmid:15054031 fatcat:dcix2zdtx5ayhhxjkvob6uh4eq