A note on comparisons among coherent systems with dependent components using signatures
AbstractWe extend some ordering properties for coherent systems with independent and identically distributed components given by Kochar et al. (Naval Res. Logist. 46 (1999) 507) to coherent systems with (possibly) dependent components by using the concept of Samaniego's signatures.
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Volume (Year): 72 (2005)
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