Discrete Time Shock Models in a Markovian Environment

@article{Eryilmaz2016DiscreteTS,
  title={Discrete Time Shock Models in a Markovian Environment},
  author={Serkan Eryilmaz},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Reliability},
  year={2016},
  volume={65},
  pages={141-146}
}
This paper deals with two different shock models in a Markovian environment. We study a system from a reliability point of view under these two shock models. According to the first model, the system fails if the cumulative shock magnitude exceeds a critical level, while in the second model the failure occurs when the cumulative effect of the shocks in consecutive periods is above a critical level. The shock occurrences over discrete time periods are assumed to be Markovian. We obtain… CONTINUE READING

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