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The mixture of Type-I and Type-II censoring schemes, called the hybrid censoring scheme is quite common in life-testing or reliability experiments. Recently Type-II progressive censoring scheme becomes quite popular for analyzing highly reliable data. One drawback of the Type-II progressive censoring scheme is that the length of the experiment can be quite(More)
In this article we consider the statistical inferences of the unknown parameters of a Weibull distribution when the data are Type-I censored. It is well known that the maximum likelihood estimators do not always exist, and even when they exist, they do not have explicit expressions. We propose a simple fixed point type algorithm to compute the maximum(More)
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