by Wendt, Heide.
Series: 1998-11, Preprints
The system reliability for a shock model with accumulating
damages will be described by marked point processes
where the sequence of jump times is a doubly stochastic
Poisson process. The intact probability of the system is
determined for different distributions of damages.
Likelihood functions are depended on observed history.
The several resulting maximum likelihood estimates for
parameters in the distribution of the system failure time are
point process, doubly stochastic Poisson process, history, compensator, independent right-censoring