Mathematical Models for Systems Reliability

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CRC Press, May 9, 2008 - Business & Economics - 272 pages
Evolved from the lectures of a recognized pioneer in developing the theory of reliability, Mathematical Models for Systems Reliability provides a rigorous treatment of the required probability background for understanding reliability theory.

This classroom-tested text begins by discussing the Poisson process and its associated probability

 

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Contents

Preliminaries
1
Statistical life length distributions
39
Reliability of various arrangements of units
63
Reliability of a oneunit repairable system
91
Reliability of a twounit repairable system
101
Continuoustime Markov chains
117
First passage time for systems reliability
143
Embedded Markov chains and systems reliability
173
Integral equations in reliability theory
207
References
247
Index
251
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