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Distributions in Reliability Analysis
The fundamental type of distribution in reliability analysis is a lifetime distribution. This models the lifetime of a component or a system. Many lifetime distributions are related to extreme values, e.g. the system stops working when the first component breaks, as in a series connection, or the system stops working when the last component breaks, as in a parallel connection.
ExponentialDistribution constant failure rate distribution
GompertzMakehamDistribution exponential failure rate distribution
BirnbaumSaundersDistribution fatigue life distribution
Extreme Value Related Distributions
WeibullDistribution power failure rate distribution
Derived Reliability Distributions
MixtureDistribution component mixture distribution
CensoredDistribution one- or two-sided censoring
Nonparametric Reliability Distributions
SurvivalDistribution life data analysis with multiple censoring
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