Repairable Systems and Growth Models
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An introduction is given to the Poisson and renewal processes widely used in the study of repairable systems reliability growth, and software reliability. Simple Bayesian treatments of these models are given and it is observed that a full Bayesian treatment requires extensive numerical computations.
KeywordsHazard Rate Failure Time Repairable System Posterior Density Software Reliability
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