By Kjell A Doksum, Bo H Lindqvist
This publication comprises prolonged types of 34 rigorously chosen and reviewed papers offered on the 3rd overseas convention on Mathematical equipment in Reliability, held in Trondheim, Norway in 2002. It presents a wide review of present learn actions in reliability idea and its purposes. There are chapters on reliability modelling, community and approach reliability, reliability optimization, survival research, degradation and upkeep modelling, and software program reliability. The authors are all major specialists within the box.
A specific characteristic of the booklet is a historic evaluation via Professor Richard E Barlow, renowned for his pioneering examine on reliability. The record of authors additionally comprises the plenary consultation audio system bizarre O Aalen, Philip J Boland, Sallie A Keller-McNulty, and Nozer Singpurwalla.
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Mathematical and Statistical Methods in Reliability by Kjell A Doksum, Bo H Lindqvist