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by Alessandro Birolini

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Alessandro Birolini
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Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems. Basic Concepts of Reliability Analysis. Stochastic Processes Used in Modeling Reliability Problems.

Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems. On the Use of Stochastic Processes in Modeling Reliability Problems. Authors: Birolini, Alessandro.

Part of the Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems book series (LNE, volume 252). The investigation of the time behaviour of a repairable system, and in particular of its reliability and availability, can theoretically always be performed using stochastic processes.

Stochastic Processes Used in Modeling Reliability Problems. Stochastic processes are powerful tools for the investigation of reliability and availability of repairable equipment and systems

Stochastic Processes Used in Modeling Reliability Problems. Stochastic processes are powerful tools for the investigation of reliability and availability of repairable equipment and systems.

1985 Серия: Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems Язык: ENG Размер: 2. 9 x 1. 0 x . 4 cm Основная тема: Business and Management Рейтинг: Поставляется из: Германии. Applications covered include networks, financial engineering, production planning and supply chain management.

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In this book, the author points out that arbitrage can only be excluded in case that market prices move at least slightly faster than any market participant can react

In this book, the author points out that arbitrage can only be excluded in case that market prices move at least slightly faster than any market participant can react. He clarifies that continuous tradability always eliminates the risk of the fractional price process, irrespective of the interpretation of the stochastic integral as an integral of Stratonovich or Itô type. Being left with an incomplete market setting, the author shows that option valuation with respect to fractional Brownian motion may be solved by applying a risk preference based approach.

Mathematical models for the study of the reliability of systems. 1984), Stochastic Models in Reliability Theory. 21. Birolini, A. (1985).

Stochastic processes, Mathematical models, Reliability (Engineering). Bibliography: p. Lecture notes in economics and mathematical systems ;, 252. Classifications. vi, 105 p. : Number of pages.

On the Use of Stochastic Processes in Modelling Reliability Problems, Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems No. 252, Springer Verlag, Berlin. Probabilistic descriptions of irregular system downtime. Markov Chain Models: Rarity and Exponentiality, Springer Verlag Berlin. On certain sojourn time problems in the theory of stochastic processes.

Stochastic processes are powerful tools for the investigation of reliability and availability of repairable equipment and systems. Because of the involved models, and in order to be mathematically tractable, these processes are generally confined to the class of regenerative stochastic processes with a finite state space, to which belong: renewal processes, Markov processes, semi-Markov processes, and more general regenerative processes with only one (or a few) regeneration staters). The object of this monograph is to review these processes and to use them in solving some reliability problems encountered in practical applications. Emphasis is given to a comprehensive exposition of the analytical procedures, to the limitations in­ volved, and to the unification and extension of. the models known in the literature. The models investigated here assume. that systems have only one repair crew and that no further failure can occur at system down. Repair and failure rates are general­ ized step-by-step, up to the case in which the involved process is regenerative with only one (or a few) regeneration state(s). Investigations deal with different kinds of reliabilities and availabilities for series/parallel structures. Preventive main­ tenance and imperfect switching are considered in some examples.