By William Q. Meeker (auth.), M.S. Nikulin, Nikolaos Limnios, N. Balakrishnan, Waltraud Kahle, Catherine Huber-Carol (eds.)
This volume—dedicated to William Q. Meeker at the get together of his 60th birthday—is a suite of invited chapters overlaying fresh advances in sped up lifestyles trying out and degradation versions. The e-book covers a variety of purposes to parts akin to reliability, quality controls, the overall healthiness sciences, economics, and finance.
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* speeded up checking out and inference
* Step-stress checking out and inference
* Nonparametric inference
* version validity in speeded up testing
* the purpose approach approach
* Bootstrap tools in degradation analysis
* precise inferential tools in reliability
* Dynamic perturbed systems
* Degradation types in statistics
Advances in Degradation Modeling is a wonderful reference for researchers and practitioners in utilized chance and statistics, business facts, the well-being sciences, quality controls, economics, and finance.
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