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For a coherent binary system made of binary components, we consider the assumption that the components' lifetimes are distributed according to a time‐homogeneous, load‐sharing model. Such models are characterized in terms of the so‐called multivariate conditional hazard rate functions. We aim to...
The batch Markov‐modulated Poisson process (BMMPP) is a subclass of the versatile batch Markovian arrival process (BMAP), which has been widely used for the modeling of dependent and correlated simultaneous events (as arrivals, failures, or risk events). Both theoretical and applied aspects are...
The reliability function is considered for a hot double redundant repairable heterogeneous system with exponentially distributed lifetimes and generally distributed repair times of its components. The problem of its sensitivity to the repair time distribution is discussed.
This paper proposes and illustrates a new perturbed gamma degradation process where the measurement error is modeled as a non‐Gaussian random variable that depends stochastically on the actual degradation level. The expression of the likelihood function for a generic set of noisy degradation...
We consider a Wiener process with linear drift for degradation modeling. Regularly, maintenance actions are carried out which produce a reduction of the degradation level. In this paper, we consider the influence of such maintenance actions to the further development of the degradation process...
In this paper, we consider a system made of n components displayed on a structure (eg, a steel plate). We define a parametric model for the hazard function, which includes covariates and spatial interaction between components. The state (nonfailed or failed) of each component is observed at some...
A step‐stress accelerated life testing model is considered for progressive type‐I censored experiments when the tested items are not monitored continuously but inspected at prespecified time points, producing thus grouped data. The underlying lifetime distributions belong to a general scale...
Let (X,Y) be a random vector and let G and H be the marginal distributions of X and Y, respectively. In this paper, we propose two tests, one of Kolmogorov‐Smirnov type and the other of Wilcoxon type, for the null hypothesis Ψ(G) = H against the alternative Ψ(G) < H, where Ψ() is a function such...
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