Methodology for estimating reliability
- 35 Downloads
KeywordsCatastrophic Failure Internal Parameter Torque Motor Parking Orbit Element Reliability
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- C. L. Britt, “ Application of probabilistic modeling techniques to a tilt stabilization assembly,” Working paper no. 13, Dec. 6, 1963.Google Scholar
- W. S. Connor and W. S. Thompson, “ Reliability analysis of the CENTAUR IGS first gimbal stabilization loop,” Working paper no. 11, Dec. 2, 1963.Google Scholar
- Harald Cramér, “Notes on extreme values of normal stationary processes,” Working paper no. 2, May 7, 1962.Google Scholar
- Harald Cramér, “On extreme values of certain normal non-stationary stochastic processes,” Technical report no. 4, Mar. 25, 1963.Google Scholar
- Jonathan D. Cryer, “ On excursions outside arbitrary curves by stationary normal stochastic processes,” Technical report no. 6, Aug. 19, 1963.Google Scholar
- David Gaylor, “ Inefficiency of time to failure data for estimating reliability,” Technical report no. 7, Oct. 14, 1963.Google Scholar
- M. R. Leadbetter, “On crossings of arbitrary curves by certain Gaussian processes,” Technical report no. 5, June 7, 1963, accepted for publication by Proc. Amer. Math. Soc.Google Scholar
- J. B. Lewis and W. T. Wells, “Probabilistic models for predicting system reliability,” Working paper no. 3, Sept. 1, 1962, revised as “Probabilistic models for system reliability,” Technical report no. 3, Jan. 10, 1963, published by the Aerospace Reliability and Maintainability Conference, May 6–8, 1963, Washington, D.C., 133–143.Google Scholar
© Institute of Statistical Mathematics 1964