Progressive Type-I Interval Censored Data
Part of the Statistics for Industry and Technology book series (SIT)
Inference for progressive Type-I interval censored data is presented. The discussion includes parametric inference as well as problems of choosing optimal inspection times and optimal progressive interval censoring proportions.
KeywordsWeibull Distribution Inspection Time Likelihood Equation Inspection Scheme Inspection Interval
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