On the Estimation Problems for Exponentiated Exponential Distribution under Generalized Progressive Hybrid Censoring

On the Generalised Progressive Hybrid Censoring

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Abstract

In this article, we considered the statistical inference for the unknown parameters of exponentiated exponential distribution based on a generalized progressive hybrid censored sample under classical paradigm. We have obtained maximum likelihood estimators of the unknown parameters and confidence intervals utilizing asymptotic theory. Entropy measures, such as Shannon entropy and Awad sub-entropy, have been obtained to measure loss of information owing to censoring. Further, the expected total time of the test and expected number of failures, which are useful during the execution of an experiment, also have been computed. The performance of the estimators have been discussed based on mean squared errors. Moreover, the effect of choice of parameters, termination time T, and m on the ETTT and ETNFs also have been observed. For illustrating the proposed methodology, a real data set is considered.

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Pandey, A., Kaushik, A., Singh, S. K., & Singh, U. On the Estimation Problems for Exponentiated Exponential Distribution under Generalized Progressive Hybrid Censoring: On the Generalised Progressive Hybrid Censoring. Austrian Journal of Statistics, 50(1), 24-40. Retrieved from https://ajs.or.at/index.php/ajs/article/view/952