Optimal design for step-stress accelerated degradation testing based on D-optimality

@article{Ge2011OptimalDF,
  title={Optimal design for step-stress accelerated degradation testing based on D-optimality},
  author={Zhengzheng Ge and Xiaoyang Li and Tongmin Jiang and Tingting Huang},
  journal={2011 Proceedings - Annual Reliability and Maintainability Symposium},
  year={2011},
  pages={1-6}
}
Accelerated Degradation Testing (ADT) is proposed as a means to obtain degradation data of products in a short time period and extrapolate the lifetime and reliability of products under use condition. There are two optimality criterion could be defined in designing an accelerated test plan. Criterion D : some testing planners are interest in the prediction of products' lifetime, so their objective is minimizing the variance (or asymptotic variance) of the MLE of parameter Θ which can include… CONTINUE READING
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