- Volume 22 Issue 4
Predicting the future number of failures based on the field failure summary data
필드 고장 요약 데이터를 활용한 미래 고장수의 예측
- Baik, Jai-Wook (Department of Information Statistics, Korea National Open University) ;
- Jo, Jin-Nam (Department of Information & Statistics, Dongduk Women's University)
- Received : 2011.05.17
- Accepted : 2011.07.04
- Published : 2011.08.01
In many companies field failure data is used to predict the future number of failures, especially when an unexpected failure mode happens to be a problem. It is because they want to predict the number of spare parts needed and the future quality warranty cost associated with the part based on the predictions of the future number of failures. In this paper field summary data is used to predict the future number of failures based on an appropriate distribution. Other types of data are also investigated to identify the appropriate distribution.
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