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Meeker W.Q., Escobar L. — Statistical Methods for Reliability Data
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Название: Statistical Methods for Reliability Data

Авторы: Meeker W.Q., Escobar L.

Аннотация:

Explains computer-based statistical methods for reliability data analysis and test planning for industrial products. Demonstrates how to apply the latest graphical, numerical, and simulation-based methods to a broad range of models found in reliability data analysis, and covers areas such as analyzing degradation data, simulation methods used to complement large-sample asymptotic theory, and data analysis computed with the S-PLUS system. Includes chapter exercises using real data sets. For professionals in product reliability and design, and for graduate students in courses in applied reliability data analysis.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Математика/Вероятность/Статистика и приложения/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 1998

Количество страниц: 712

Добавлена в каталог: 05.06.2005

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Предметный указатель
Aalen, O.      42 67
Abernethy, R.B.      xviii 144 193 250 310 633 634
Accelerated degradation test      see “ADT”
Accelerated life test      see “ALT”
Accelerated tests (AT)      see “ADT” “ALT”
Accelerated tests (AT), models      466 469
Accelerated tests (AT), other kinds of      517
Accelerated tests (AT), other kinds of, burn-in      520 (see also “Burn-in”)
Accelerated tests (AT), other kinds of, continuous operation      518
Accelerated tests (AT), other kinds of, elephant tests      519
Accelerated tests (AT), other kinds of, ESS      519
Accelerated tests (AT), other kinds of, STRIFE      519
Accelerated tests (AT), planning, Bayesian methods      529
Accelerated tests (AT), practical considerations      489 529
Accelerated tests (AT), research issues      529
Accelerated tests (AT), screening      519
Acceleration models      469
Acceleration models, current density      487
Acceleration models, empirical      469 576
Acceleration models, generalized Eyring      485
Acceleration models, guidelines      487
Acceleration models, humidity      487
Acceleration models, multiple stress variables      484
Acceleration models, physical      469
Acceleration models, temperature      471—479 485 487
Acceleration models, use rate      470
Acceleration models, voltage-stress      479—485
Actuarial estimate      64
ADT models and analysis, applications      471 578
ADT models and analysis, approximate analysis      574—577
ADT models and analysis, chemical reaction, single-step      472 566
ADT models and analysis, confidence intervals      568
ADT models and analysis, empirical models      576
ADT models and analysis, estimation      566—569
ADT models and analysis, function of parameters, estimation of      566
ADT models and analysis, Markov process for      578
ADT models and analysis, measurement error      565
ADT models and analysis, models      565
ADT models and analysis, one observation per unit      578
ADT models and analysis, random parameters      565
ADT models and analysis, repeated measures models      578
ADT models and analysis, starting values for ML iterations      579
ADT models and analysis, step-stress data      578
ADT models and analysis, versus ALT analysis      569
ADT planning      578 597—601
Akritas, M.G.      228
ALT models and analysis      493—517
ALT models and analysis, checking assumptions      501
ALT models and analysis, data analysis strategy      495
ALT models and analysis, functions of parameters, estimation of      503—504
ALT models and analysis, given activation energy      511
ALT models and analysis, interval data      508
ALT models and analysis, ML fit, comparison, individual versus model      500
ALT models and analysis, ML fit, individual groups      496 505 509 513
ALT models and analysis, ML fit, overall model      499 506 514
ALT models and analysis, multiple probability plot      496—497 505—506 509 513—514 573—574
ALT models and analysis, potential pitfalls      522—528
ALT models and analysis, practical considerations      487—489 515
ALT models and analysis, residual analysis      501 507
ALT models and analysis, single accelerating variable      495—512
ALT models and analysis, two accelerating variables      512—515
ALT models and analysis, use conditions, estimation at      503
ALT planning      see “Test planning”
ALT planning, allocation of units      541
ALT planning, Bayesian methods      529 559
ALT planning, comparison of test plans      554 557
ALT planning, compromise test plans      545—547 554—556
ALT planning, constraint, experimental region      540 555
ALT planning, constraint, time      535 541 555
ALT planning, criteria      541
ALT planning, degenerate plans      550
ALT planning, degenerate plans, splitting      554—556
ALT planning, evaluation of test plan properties      538—540
ALT planning, experimental region      540
ALT planning, levels, accelerating variables      540
ALT planning, model assumptions      536
ALT planning, multiple-variable plans      547 558
ALT planning, nonconstant spread      559
ALT planning, one-variable plans      536—547
ALT planning, optimum plans, lack of robustness      544
ALT planning, optimum plans, one-variable      542—544
ALT planning, optimum plans, splitting      552—554
ALT planning, optimum plans, theory      559
ALT planning, optimum plans, two-variable      551—554
ALT planning, planning information      535
ALT planning, practical aspects      559
ALT planning, prior information, using      559
ALT planning, software      559
ALT planning, theory      529 559 625
ALT planning, traditional test plans      536—538
ALT planning, two-variable plans      547—559
ALT planning, use conditions, test at      541
ALT planning, voltage-stress/temperature      549
ALT planning, voltage-stress/thickness      547
Amster, S.J.      383 493 578 606 637
Analytic studies      16 517
Anderson, P.K.      67
Anscombe, F.J.      169
Ansell, J.I.      22 420
Arrhemus, plot      477 491 500 511
Arrhemus, relationship      472—479 485—487 498 508 514 535 549 565 570 586
Ascher, H.      415 420
Asymptotic degradation level      320 475 565
Asymptotic, covariance matrix      625
Asymptotic, ML theory, nonregular models      623
Asymptotic, ML theory, regular models      625
Asymptotic, standard error      55 162 626
Atwood, C.L.      312
Audit, reliability testing      606
Availability      370
Average life      see “Mean”
Azem, A.      420
Bagdonavicius, V.      460
Baglee, D.A.      485
Bailey, R.A.      519
Bain, L.J.      167 284 312
Balakrishnan, N.      93 117 118
Barlow, R.E.      118 374 389
Barnett, V.      149
Bates, D.M.      326 567
Bathtub curve      29
Baxter, L.A.      22
Bayer, R.G.      489
Bayesian methods      49 343 344—368
Bayesian methods, accelerated testing      586—589
Bayesian methods, applications in reliability      363
Bayesian methods, basic ideas      344 363
Bayesian methods, Bayes’s rule      344
Bayesian methods, compared with frequentist methods      362 364
Bayesian methods, confidence intervals      356—357
Bayesian methods, highest posterior density      356
Bayesian methods, NHPP      420
Bayesian methods, point estimation      356
Bayesian methods, posterior pdf      344 350—355
Bayesian methods, posterior pdf, function of parameters      357
Bayesian methods, posterior pdf, joint      353
Bayesian methods, posterior pdf, marginal      353
Bayesian methods, posterior pdf, numerical integration      351
Bayesian methods, posterior pdf, using simulation      351—353 359—362
Bayesian methods, practical considerations      362—363
Bayesian methods, prediction      358—362
Bayesian methods, prior information      344
Bayesian methods, prior information, cautions on the use      363
Bayesian methods, prior information, combining with likelihood      350
Bayesian methods, prior information, noninformative      346 587
Bayesian methods, prior information, proper      346
Bayesian methods, prior information, sources      347 380
Bayesian methods, Weibull three-parameter      364
Beckwith, J.P.      578
Bendell, A.      458
Beran, R.      312
Berger, R.L.      168
Berkson, J.      154
Bhattacharyya, G.K.      622
Billingsley, P.      624
bio      193 (see also “Quantile”)
Birnbaum — Saunders distribution      105
Birnbaum — Saunders distribution, comparison with lognormal      260
Birnbaum — Saunders distribution, ML fitting      260 284
Birnbaum, Z., W.      105 389
Black, J.R.      487
Blischke, W.R.      606
Blom, G.      149
Blumenthal, S.      408
Boccaleiii, G.      473 487
Bogdanoff, J.L.      15 260 639
Boltzmann constant      472
Bootstrap      204—227
Bootstrap confidence intervals      210—227
Bootstrap confidence intervals, bootstrap-t      209
Bootstrap confidence intervals, exact      205
Bootstrap confidence intervals, function of parameters      211 215
Bootstrap confidence intervals, log-location      212
Bootstrap confidence intervals, logit transformation      216
Bootstrap confidence intervals, mean      210
Bootstrap confidence intervals, methods for censored data      228
Bootstrap confidence intervals, nonparametric      217—225
Bootstrap confidence intervals, parametric      206—217
Bootstrap confidence intervals, percentile method      226—227 332—333 568—569
Bootstrap confidence intervals, software for      228
Bootstrap confidence intervals, system reliability      181
Bootstrap confidence intervals, transformations, importance of      216
Bootstrap confidence intervals, Type II censoring      228
Bootstrap confidence intervals, versus likelihood-based      205 212 216 228
Bootstrap confidence intervals, versus normal-approximation      205 228
Bootstrap, discreteness of estimates      221
Bootstrap, distribution of statistics      220
Bootstrap, nonparametric      207 217—225
Bootstrap, nonparametric, few observations      207
Bootstrap, nonparametric, limitation      218
Bootstrap, parametric      206—217
Bootstrap, potential problems      220
Bootstrap, sampling methods      206
Borgan, O.      67
Borri, F.R.      see “Boccaletti G.”
Bossard, P.R.      see “Joyce W.B.”
Boulanger, M.      578 601
Box, G.H.P.      15 363
Boyko, K.C.      485
Breneman, J.K.      144 193 310 633 634
Bro, P.      489
Brown, H.M.      14
Brownlee, K.A.      50
Brush, G.G.      383 606
Bucci, R.J.      15
Buckland, S.T.      228
Burn-in      6—8 520
Byrne, D.      605
Caldararu, D.      71
Canner, J.      519
Cao, J.      606
Carey, M.B.      320 578
Carlin, J.B.      284 363
case studies      582
Casella, G.      168
Castellino, V.C.      512 641
Castillo, E.      93 489
CDF      28
Censoring      3 34
Censoring, arbitrary      65 68 135
Censoring, assumptions      35
Censoring, biased inferences from      42 583
Censoring, dangers with mixed population      583
Censoring, failure (Type II)      34
Censoring, interval      10—12 34 35 37—38 132 155 508
Censoring, left      12 38
Censoring, mechanisms      34
Censoring, multiply      35
Censoring, noninformative      35
Censoring, overlapping intervals      68
Censoring, random      35
Censoring, right      12 34 35 38—39
Censoring, time (Type I)      34
Censoring, unbalanced      585
Censoring, uncertain censoring times      64
Chaloner, K.      559
Chan, C.K.      578
Chan, V.      590 591 592 601
Chang, D.S.      578
Chemical reaction, rale of      472
Cheng, R.C.H.      118 197 284
Chernoff, H.      149
Chhikara, R.S.      103 118
Chiao, C.H.      340
Chien, W.T.K.      52I
Chow, S.C.      578
Christou, A.      489
Clough, R.L.      489
Coefficient of skewness      78
Coefficient of variation      78 110
Cohen, A.C.      284
Collett, D.      445
Comparison, two samples, ALT data      525
Comparison, two samples, life data      8 450 583
Comparison, two samples, recurrence data      404 636
Competing risks      see “Multiple causes of failure”
Conditional failure probabilities      32 268 271
Condra, L.W.      2 605
Confer, R.      519
Confidence bounds, one-sided      161 187
Confidence bounds, one-sided, comparison, time-censored data      161 187 228
Confidence bounds, one-sided, no failures      167—168 195
Confidence intervals, approximate      49
Confidence intervals, bootstrap      see “Bootstrap confidence intervals”
Confidence intervals, conservative      50
Confidence intervals, coverage probability      49
Confidence intervals, exact      49
Confidence intervals, failure probabilities      164 182—184 331 (see
Confidence intervals, function of parameters      50 181—182 504
Confidence intervals, half-width      238
Confidence intervals, likelihood based      177
Confidence intervals, likelihood based, advantages      197
Confidence intervals, likelihood based, function of parameters      182
Confidence intervals, likelihood based, Monte-Carlo, using      228 601
Confidence intervals, likelihood based, parameters      160 179
Confidence intervals, likelihood based, theory for      627
Confidence intervals, likelihood based, versus bootstrap-based      212 216 218 228
Confidence intervals, measures of precision      238 239
Confidence intervals, non log-location-scale distributions      255
Confidence intervals, nonparametric      49—52 54—57
Confidence intervals, normal-approximation, failure probabilities      55
Confidence intervals, normal-approximation, function of parameters      163 189
Confidence intervals, normal-approximation, improved      165 192 402
Confidence intervals, normal-approximation, relation to likelihood intervals      169 228
Confidence intervals, normal-approximation, shortcomings      186
Confidence intervals, normal-approximation, theory for      628
Confidence intervals, normal-approximation, transformation, using      163 188 190
Confidence intervals, normal-approximation, Wald method      628
Confidence intervals, one-sided      see “Confidence bounds”
Confidence intervals, sampling error, relationship to      49
Confidence intervals, significance tests, relationship to      183
Confidence intervals, simultaneous      60—63 164 197
Confidence intervals, system reliability      381
Confidence level      49
Confidence region, $x^{2}$ calibration      160 179
Confidence region, parameters      177 179
Convergence in distribution      623
Costa, J.M.      489
Covariance matrix      186
Covariance matrix, estimate      187
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