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Reliability: Probabilistic Models and Statistical Methods
Publication Date :
1 Jan 1995
United States ed
Appropriate for a one-semester advanced undergraduate or a graduate level course in reliability engineering. An elementary introduction to the probabilistic models and statistical methods used by reliability engineers as applied to, for example, electrical or mechanical systems. Leemis offers explanations of how the mathematical models and results apply to engineering design and the analysis of lifetime data sets, with simple, supplementary proofs and derivations provided when necessary.