Statistical Methods for Combining Information: Stryker Family of Vehicles Reliability Case Study

@article{Steiner2015StatisticalMF,
  title={Statistical Methods for Combining Information: Stryker Family of Vehicles Reliability Case Study},
  author={S. Steiner and R. M. Dickinson and Laura J. Freeman and Bruce A. Simpson and Alyson G. Wilson},
  journal={Journal of Quality Technology},
  year={2015},
  volume={47},
  pages={400 - 415}
}
Problem: Reliability is an essential element in assessing the operational suitability of Department of Defense weapon systems. Reliability takes a prominent role in both the design and analysis of operational tests. In the current era of reduced budgets and increased reliability requirements, it is challenging to verify reliability requirements in a single test. Furthermore, all available data should be considered in order to ensure evaluations provide the most appropriate analysis of the… Expand

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