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Knowledge discovery aims at extracting new knowledge from potentially large databases; this may be in the form of interesting statements about the data. Two interrelated classes of problem arise that are treated here: to put the subjective notion of &#145;interesting&#146; into concrete...
Understanding the purchase rates of households for frequently purchased packaged goods is an important element in developing effective marketing strategies. Previous researchers have attempted to estimate these rates by assuming that the time between purchases is a random variable that follows...
Prediction of customer choice behaviour has been a big challenge for marketing researchers. They have adopted various models to represent customers purchase patterns. Some researchers considered simple zero–order models. Others proposed higher–order models to represent explicitly customers...
In multi–component systems, failure of a component often affects one or more of the remaining components of the system. This type of interaction between components is called &#145;failure interaction&#146;. In this paper we consider two failure interaction models and study the problem of...
A mixture of inverse Gaussian distributions (IGDs) is examined as a model for the lifetime of components. The components differ in one of three ways: in their initial quality, rate of wear, or variability of wear. These three cases are well represented by the parameters of the IGD model. The...
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