Estimating the reliability of systems subject to imperfect repair
Whitaker, Lyn R.
Samaniego, Francisco J.
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This study of statistical inference for repairable systems focuses on the development of estimation procedures for the life distribution F of a new system based on data on system lifetimes between consecutive repairs. The Brown-Proschan imperfectrepair model postulates that at failure the system is repaired to a condition as good as new with probability p, and is otherwise repaired to the condition just prior to failure...
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