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Burn-in Models: Recent Issues, Developments and Future Topics
Cha, Ji-Hwan;
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 Abstract
Recently, there has been much development on burn-in models in reliability area. Especially, the previous burn-in models have been extended to more general cases. For example, (i) burn-in procedures for repairable systems have been developed (ii) an extended assumption on the failure rate of the system has been proposed and (iii) a stochastic model for burn-in procedure in accelerated environment has been developed. In this paper, recent extensions and advances in burn-in models are introduced and some issues to be considered in the future study are discussed.
 Keywords
Burn-in procedure;general failure model;eventually increasing failure rate function;accelerated burn-in;
 Language
English
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