The Balanced Likelihood Ratio Method for Estimating Performance Measures of Highly Reliable Systems

@inproceedings{Alexopoulos1998TheBL,
  title={The Balanced Likelihood Ratio Method for Estimating Performance Measures of Highly Reliable Systems},
  author={Christos Alexopoulos and Bruce C. Shultes},
  booktitle={Winter Simulation Conference},
  year={1998}
}
Over the past several years importance sampling conjunction with regenerative simulation has been prese as a promising method for estimating reliability parame in highly reliable systems. Existing methods fail provide benefits over crude Monte Carlo for the analy of systems that contain significant component redundan This paper presents refined importance sampling techni along with a generalized regenerative model. The propo methods have solid theoretical properties and work w in practice. 
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