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Mathematical theory of reliability
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Mathematical Theory of Reliability. Richard E. Barlow and Frank Proschan. With contributions by Larry C. Hunter. Wiley, New York, xiv + pp. Illus. $ A survey of mathematical models useful in solving reliability problems. It includes a detailed discussion of life distributions corresponding to wearout and their. Unavailable since its original publication in , Mathematical Theory of Reliability now joins a growing list of volumes in SIAM's Classics series. Although .
INTRODUCTION. The mathematical theory of reliability has grown out of the demands of modern technology and particularly out of the experiences in World War. Review of book: Richard E. Barlow and Frank Proschan (with contributions by Larry C. Hunter), Mathematical Theory of Reliability. It is argued that the mathematical theory of reliability as a separate discipline began in with the publication of Multi-component systems and their structures.
Scientific information. Mathematical theory of reliability: Barlow, R.E., Proschan, F . and Hunter, L.C. London, John Wiley and Sons., Ltd. VII+ pp. Pergamon Press, Oxford. xv+ pp. 17s. 6d. Time study or work measurement produces a lot of data, sometimes useful, sometimes enigmatic; its practical uses . Mathematical Theory of Reliability, R. E. Rarlow and Frank Proschan, with con- Since much of the mathematical development has already been subjected to. Barlow, E. E., F. Proschan and L. C. Hunter: Mathematical Theory of Reliability. Wiley, New York‐London‐Sydney S., Preis 83 s. G. Enderlein.