The decreasing percentile residual life aging notion
AbstractEarlier researchers have studied some aspects of the classes of distribution functions with decreasing ?-percentile residual life (DPRL(?)), 0
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Reliability theory; Hazard rate; Stochastic orders; Aging notions; Nonparametric estimation; Strongly uniform consistency;
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