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An information-based burn-in procedure for minimally repaired items from mixed population
- An information-based burn-in procedure for minimally repaired items from mixed population
- Cha, Ji Hwan; Badia, F. G.
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- APPLIED STOCHASTIC MODELS IN BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY
- 1524-1904; 1526-4025
- vol. 32, no. 4, pp. 511 - 525
- Burn-in; repairable item; minimal repair; heterogeneous population; operational history
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- Burn-in is a method used to eliminate the initial failures in field use. In this paper, we will consider an information-based burn-in procedure for repairable items, which is completely new type of burn-in procedure. By this procedure, based on the operational (failure and repair) history of the items observed during burn-in procedure, those with poor reliability performance are eliminated. From a probabilistic point of view, this burn-in procedure utilizes the information contained in the random paths' of the corresponding point processes. A general formulation of the model will be suggested, and under the suggested framework, two-stage optimization procedure for determining optimal burn-in procedures will be studied in detail. Copyright (c) 2016 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
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