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[In probability theory and statistics, the Weibull distribution is a continuous probability distribution named after Waloddi Weibull who described it in detail in 1951, although it was first identified by Fréchet (1927) and first applied by Rosin and Rammler (1933) to describe the size...
[Since 1970’s, many extensions of the Weibull distribution have been proposed to enhance its capability to fit diverse lifetime data and Murthy et alMurthy et al. (2004) proposes a scheme to classify these distributions.]
[In this chapter we discuss several univariate statistical models that are derived from two or more independent Weibull distributions that interact with each other under some governing ‘operations’.]
[In lifetime modeling, it is common to treat failure data as being continuous, implying some degree of precision in measurement. Too often in practice, however, failures are either noted at regular inspection intervals, occur in a discrete process or are simply recorded in bins. In life testing...
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