Maxim Finkelstein “Failure Rate Modelling for Reliability and Risk"
Springer | 2008-11-27 | ISBN: 1848009852 | 290 pages | PDF | 2,1 MB
Failure Rate Modeling for Reliability and Risk focuses on reliability theory and, specifically, to the failure rate (the hazard rate, the force of mortality) modeling and its generalizations to systems operating in a random environment and to repairable systems. The failure rate is one of the crucial probabilistic characteristics for a number of disciplines; including reliability, survival analysis, risk analysis and demography.
Failure Rate Modeling for Reliability and Risk presents a systematic study of the failure rate and related indices, and covers a number of important applications where the failure rate plays the major role. Applications in engineering systems are studied, together with some actuarial, biological and demographic examples.
Covering material previously available only in the journal literature, Failure Rate Modeling for Reliability and Risk provides a survey of this broad and interdisciplinary subject which will be invaluable to researchers and advanced students in reliability engineering and applied statistics, as well as to demographers, econometricians, actuaries and many other mathematically oriented researchers.
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