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E-Bayesian Estimation For Some Characteristics Of Weibull Generalized Exponential Progressive Type-II Censored Samples

@inproceedings{Piriaeia2021EBayesianEF,
  title={E-Bayesian Estimation For Some Characteristics Of Weibull Generalized Exponential Progressive Type-II Censored Samples},
  author={Hassan Piriaeia and Omid Shojaee},
  year={2021}
}
Estimation of reliability and hazard rate is one of the most important problems raised in many applications especially in engineering studies as well as human lifetime. In this regard, different methods of estimation have been used. Each method exploits various tools and suffers from problems such as complexity of computations, low precision, and so forth. This study is employed the E-Bayesian method, for estimating the parameter and survival functions of the Weibull Generalized Exponential… Expand

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