The performance characteristics of some reliability growth models
Moore, Louis Robert
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A reliability growth model is an analytical model that accounts for changes in reliability due to design changes and other corrective actions taken during the development and testing phases of a reliability program. This paper describes the results of a Monte Carlo study comparing the performance characteristics of four reliability growth models that have been proposed in the reliability literature.
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