## Methods for Statistical Analysis of Reliability and Life Data |

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### Contents

CHAPTER | 1 |

ELEMENTS OF STATISTICAL THEORY | 46 |

STATISTICAL FAILURE MODELS | 116 |

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### Common terms and phrases

applied approach approximately assumed asymptotic beta binomial calculated called censoring Chapter chi-square components continuous corresponding defined degrees of freedom denoted derived desired determine discussed elements equal Equation error estimators event example expected exponential distribution expression fact failure fixed fx(x gamma given gives hazard rate hence hypothesis independent interval invariant known likelihood limit lower confidence bound Mann maximum-likelihood estimators mean methods necessary normal distribution noted observed obtained occur operating optimum parameter particular percentile Poisson posterior prior distribution probability distribution Problem procedure properties random variable referred reliability replacement respectively sample Section selected shown situation smallest specified square statistic stress subsystem Suppose Table theory tion transformation Type unbiased estimator unit unknown values variance variate Weibull distribution

### References to this book

Univariate Discrete Distributions Norman L. Johnson,Adrienne W. Kemp,Samuel Kotz Limited preview - 2005 |

Extreme Value Distributions: Theory and Applications Samuel Kotz,Saralees Nadarajah No preview available - 2000 |