1988. Proceedings., Annual Reliability and Maintainability Symposium,
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“…Other reliability growth models have also been proposed by Lloyd [6], Robinson and Dietrich [7,8], and Crow [9, 10].…”
Section: Non-homogeneous Poisson Process (Nhpp)mentioning
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“…Other reliability growth models have also been proposed by Lloyd [6], Robinson and Dietrich [7,8], and Crow [9, 10].…”
Section: Non-homogeneous Poisson Process (Nhpp)mentioning
“…Many models for system reliability over time restrict attention to settings in which only system-level data are available (e.g., Fries and Sen 1996;Nolander and Dietrich 1994;Sohn 1996;Pan and Rigdon 2009;Bhattacharya and Samaniego 2010). An exception to this trend is Robinson and Dietrich (1988), who modeled component-level data collected during system development using exponential lifetime assumptions and decreasing failure rates. In this work, we employ models that directly address aging and estimate reliability over time mainly through the use of Weibull lifetime models.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…Winterbottom (1984) surveyed classical and Bayesian results for estimating system reliability from Binomial and exponential component data in coherent systems. Robinson and Dietrich (1988) considered component-level data with exponential lifetimes that have decreasing failure rates as the system develops. Sharma and Bhutani (1994a) estimated the availability of series and parallel systems where the components have exponential time to failure and repair.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning