Pareto Type-II Model under Type-I Progressive Hybrid Censoring: Bound Lengths
Bound Lengths On Type-I Progressive Hybrid Censoring
The Pareto Type-II model is considered here from which, the observable is to be predicted by using Bayesian approach. The Bayes prediction bound lengths are obtained for Type-I progressive hybrid censored data. Both One-sample and Two-sample Bayes prediction scenario has included in the present study. Both known and unknown cases of the scale parameter have considered in the present study. A comparison also has made with the asymptotic interval estimates, are made-up from the Fisher information matrix. Performance of the different methods has studied by simulation and a real data set.
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