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Bivariate Exponentiated Generalized Linear Exponential Distribution with Applications in Reliability Analysis

  title={Bivariate Exponentiated Generalized Linear Exponential Distribution with Applications in Reliability Analysis},
  author={Mohamed Ibrahim and Mohammed S. Eliwa and M. El- Morshedy},
  journal={arXiv: Statistics Theory},
The aim of this paper, is to define a bivariate exponentiated generalized linear exponential distribution based on Marshall-Olkin shock model. Statistical and reliability properties of this distribution are discussed. This includes quantiles, moments, stress-strength reliability, joint reliability function, joint reversed (hazard) rates functions and joint mean waiting time function. Moreover, the hazard rate, the availability and the mean residual lifetime functions for a parallel system, are… 

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