Likelihood Ratio Test and Non-parametric Test for Load Sharing
In present article, we propose a likelihood ratio test and a non-parametric test for testing the load sharing effect observed in the two component parallel load sharing system. We have modeled the load sharing phenomenon observed in such system by the exponentiated conditional distribution function based load sharing model proposed by Sutar and Naik-Nimbalkar (2016). We have taken component baseline distribution as Weibull distribution and linear failure rate distribution. The simulation study to see the performance of proposed test procedures is reported. We analyze two data sets for illustrative purpose.
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