Optimal Accelerated Life Designs for Estimation*

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Chernoff, Herman   (1962, ASQC and the American Statistical Association)   Stanford University

Technometrics    Vol. 4    No. 3
QICID: 7768    August 1962    pp. 381-408
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Article Abstract

A technique is developed to obtain optimal accelerated life designs for estimating the parameters describing the mean lifetime of a device under a standard environment. Five examples involving variations of models and experimental design are studied. An exponential distribution of lifetimes is assumed in each of the five problems. The general approach, applying a method of Elfving, is applicable to a large variety of models.


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