How does our n-component system perform?

@article{Finkelstein2001HowDO,
  title={How does our n-component system perform?},
  author={Maxim Finkelstein},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Reliability},
  year={2001},
  volume={50},
  pages={414-418}
}
  • Maxim Finkelstein
  • Published in IEEE Trans. Reliability 2001
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • The statistical (black box) remaining lifetime of some simple coherent systems is stochastically compared with the remaining lifetime based on the information at hand. Parallel and cold standby systems of s-identical components with exponentially distributed lifetimes are considered. Information-based remaining lifetime is defined via the number of the nonfailed components at the moment of observation. The main question to answer is: Given the information on the current state of the system, is… CONTINUE READING

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