In the researching of products' reliability, the result of life testing is used as the basis for the evaluation and improvement of reliability. During life testing, however, the future observation in an ordered sample is often expected to be predicted so as to show how long a sample of units might run until all fail in life testing. Therefore, we propose five new pivotal quantities to obtain prediction intervals of future order statistics based on right type II censored samples from the Pareto distribution with known shape parameter, then compares the lengths of the prediction intervals when using the pivotal quantity of Ouyang and Wu (1994) based on best linear unbiased estimator (BLUE) of scale parameter, and these five pivotal quantities. An advantage of these five pivotal quantities is that these are easier to calculate than the pivotal quantity of Ouyang and Wu (1994) based on BLUE of scale parameter, since they need to compute the tables of coefficients of BLUE of scale parameter.
Quality & Quantity – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 18, 2004
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