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Recent Advances In Burn-in
Na Myung Hwan; Son Young Sook; Cha Ji Hwan;
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Burn-in is an engineering method which is used to eliminate early failures of products or systems after they have been produced. Recently, various models for determining optimal burn-in times have been developed, where some preventive maintenance policies were considered together with burn-in problem. In this paper, a survey of recent research in burn-in is undertaken.
burn-in;maintenance policy;repair;costs;
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