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The Burr Distribution as a Failure Model from a Bayesian Approach
The 2-parameter Burr distribution is introduced as a failure model from a Bayesian approach. Bayesian estimators for the parameter p and reliability function are derived. Two priors are consideredExpand
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A note on goodness of fit test using moments
The purpose of this article is to introduce a general moment-based approach to derive formal goodness of fit tests of a parametric family. We show that, in general, an approximate normal test or aExpand
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The Burr type XII distribution as a failure model under various loss functions
Bayesian estimates of the parameter p and the reliability function for the two-parameter Burr type XII failure model under three different loss functions, absolute difference, squared error andExpand
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Stochastic model for BOD and DO in streams when the velocity is random and distance‐dependent
The stochastic model studied in this paper is a random differential equation of the form X(t) = A(t) X(t) = Y(t), t ≥ 0, with initial conditions X0 = X(0). X(t) is a vector with biochemical oxygenExpand
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Shortest bayes credibility intervals for the lognormal failure model
Abstract The lognormal distribution with density function f(x|λ,δ 2 )= (2π) 1 2 δx −1 exp − ( In x−λ) 2 2δ 2 , for x>0,δ>0,−∞ is considered as a failure model from the Bayesian point of view. TheExpand
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A general stochastic model for predicting BOD and DO in streams
The stochastic model presented in this study is a random differential equation of the form X(t) = A(t)X(t) + Y(t), t ≥ 0. with initial conditions X0 = X(0). X(t) is a vector with biochemical oxygenExpand
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Combining glycomimetic and multivalent strategies toward designing potent bacterial lectin inhibitors.
As part of ongoing activities toward the design of potent and selective ligands against galactoside-binding proteins from animal, bacterial, and plant lectins, a systematic investigation involvingExpand
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Phenolic metabolites of thioridazine in man.
After oral administration of thioridazine or mesoridazine to man, faecal extracts contained mainly unconjugated 7-hydroxy-thioridazine and its demethylated analogue, together with someExpand
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A pilot of plasma thioridazine and metabolites in chronically treated patients.
Plasma concentrations of thioridazine, mesoridazine, sulphoridazine and thioridazine ring sulphoxide have been measured individually by specific gas-liquid chromatographic (GLC) methods, andExpand
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Sulphoxide metabolites of thioridazine in man.
Chromatograms of urine extracts from patients taking thioridazine contain several different sulphoxide metabolites. Some of these have not hitherto been described or identified. Two of the unknownExpand
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