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In this paper, we have studied some implications between tail-ordering (also known as dispersive ordering) and failure rate ordering (also called TP2 ordering) of two probability distribution… (More)

Le contexte des risques simultanes est considere, quand un individu est sujet a une defaillance due a deux risques simultanes independants. On dispose des temps de defaillance observes et de leurs… (More)

Let {Xn, n [greater-or-equal, slanted] 1} be a stationary sequence of associated random variables with survival function (x) = P[X1 > x]. The empirical survival function n(x) based on X1, X2,..., Xn… (More)

- Isha Bagai, Kapil Jain
- 1994

Improvement and deterioration for a repairable system are studied, in particular in terms of the effect of ageing on the distribution of the time to first failure under a nonhomogeneous Poisson… (More)

Let {Xn,n≥1} be a strictly stationary sequence of associated random variables defined on a probability space (Ω,B, P) with probability density functionf(x) and failure rate functionr(x) forX1.… (More)

We propose kernel type estimators for the density function of non negative random variables, where the kernel function is a probability density function on (0, ∞). Properties of these estimators are… (More)

Relibility measures of weighted distribution of alifeistribution have been derived Sufficientconditions on the weight function have been obtained for the weighted distribution of an IFR distribution… (More)

- Isha Bagai
- 1986

Here we consider a competing risks model where the two risks of interest are not independent. The dependence is due to the additive effect of an independent contaminating risk on two initially… (More)

A distribution–free test has been proposed for testing the equality of two failure rates in the competing risks set up when the information available is only the causes of failure and the observed… (More)