Safar Parsi

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The model in which joint Type-II progressive censoring is implemented on two samples from different populations in a combined manner is considered and the probabilities of failures are discussed. This model may have relevance for practical applications, when an experimenter need to know the expected values of the number of failures for each population. This(More)
BACKGROUND Alzheimer's disease (AD) is characterized by progressive and irreversible cognitive and memory impairment. The discovery of familial forms of AD (fAD) in association with specific gene mutations facilitated the generation of numerous rodent models. These models in turn proved valuable for the study of molecular mechanisms underlying AD(More)
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