Statistical Inference by the Use of Truncated Exponential Distribution: Estimates with Failure and Survival Times
The information collected from equipments operating in industrial plants for a reliability data bank (RDB) has peculiarities that make difficult its posterior statistical treatment. Its vaguenesses and indeterminations could not be obviate and must be analyzed.
KeywordsSurvival Time Final Time Inference Method Truncation Point Bayesian Procedure
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