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Stochastic Comparisons of Lifetimes of Two Series and Parallel Systems with Location-Scale Family Distributed Components having Archimedean Copulas

@article{Kundu2017StochasticCO,
  title={Stochastic Comparisons of Lifetimes of Two Series and Parallel Systems with Location-Scale Family Distributed Components having Archimedean Copulas},
  author={Amarjit Kundu and Shovan Chowdhury},
  journal={arXiv: Statistics Theory},
  year={2017}
}
In this paper, we compare the lifetimes of two series and two parallel systems stochastically where the lifetime of each component follows location-scale (LS) family of distributions. The comparison is carried out under two scenarios: one, that the components of the systems have a dependent structure sharing Archimedean copula and two, that the components are independently distributed. It is shown that the systems with components in series or parallel sharing Archimedean copula with more… Expand

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