Testing of Grouped Product for the Weibull Distribution Using Neutrosophic Statistics
AbstractParts manufacturers use sudden death testing to reduce the testing time of experiments. The sudden death testing plan in the literature can only be applied when all observations of failure time/parameters are crisp. In practice however, it is noted that not all measurements of continuous variables are precise. Therefore, the existing sudden death test plan can be applied if failure data/or parameters are imprecise, incomplete, and fuzzy. The classical statistics have the special case of neutrosophic statistics when there are no fuzzy observations/parameters. The neutrosophic fuzzy statistics can be applied for the testing of manufacturing parts when observations are imprecise, incomplete and fuzzy. In this paper, we will design an original neutrosophic fuzzy sudden death testing plan for the inspection/testing of the electronic product or parts manufacturing. We will assume that the lifetime of the product follows the neutrosophic fuzzy Weibull distribution. The neutrosophic fuzzy operating function will be given and used to determine the neutrosophic fuzzy plan parameters through a neutrosophic fuzzy optimization problem. The results of the proposed neutrosophic fuzzy death testing plan will be implemented with the aid of an example. View Full-Text
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Aslam, M.; Arif, O.H. Testing of Grouped Product for the Weibull Distribution Using Neutrosophic Statistics. Symmetry 2018, 10, 403.
Aslam M, Arif OH. Testing of Grouped Product for the Weibull Distribution Using Neutrosophic Statistics. Symmetry. 2018; 10(9):403.Chicago/Turabian Style
Aslam, Muhammad; Arif, Osama H. 2018. "Testing of Grouped Product for the Weibull Distribution Using Neutrosophic Statistics." Symmetry 10, no. 9: 403.
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