Sankhya: The Indian Journal of Statistics1993, Volume 55, Series A, Pt. 2, 233--243
IMPROVEMENT AND DETERIORATION OF A REPAIRABLE SYSTEM
NADER EBRAHIMI, Indian Statistical Institute
SUMMARY. Let [N(t); t ³ 0] denote the number of failures in [0, t] of a repairable system. The conditional non-homogeneous Poisson process (often called a doubly stochastic Poisson process) appears reasonably consonant with situation where one has several measurements (characteristics) indicating condition of the system and can be used for modeling [N(t); t ³ 0]. This paper presents several properties of this process. Given that the conditional NHHP is an appropriate model we also provide model-free definitions of system behaviour. Various properties of the definitions are studied.
AMS(1990) subject classification. 60K10,62N05, 62B10, 60G15
Key words and phrases. conditional non-homogeneous poisson process, repairable system, non homogeneous Poisson process multiplicative intensity model
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