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Mathematical Theory of Reliability

Mathematical Theory of Reliability 1966] 471 Reviews PAGE PAGE I.-Barlow, R. E. and Proschan, F. 6.-Neveu,J. Mathematical Founda- Mathematical Theory of Re- of the Calculus of Prob- tions liability 471 bility . 475 2.-Bil/ingsley, P. Ergodic Theory 7.-Skorokhod, A. V. Studies in the and Information . 472 Theory of Random Processes 476 3.-Cox, D. R. and Miller, H. D. 8.-Janossy, L. Theory and Practice The Theory of Stochastic Pro- of the Evaluation of Measure- cesses . 473 ments. 476 4.-Ferguson, G. A. Nonparametric 9.-Selin, I. Detection Theory 477 Trend Analysis 474 lO.-Bulmer, M. G. Principles of 5.-Isaacs, R. Differential Games: Statistics 478 A Mathematical Theory with lI.-Manescu, M. (ed.) Calcul Applications to Warfare and Economic 479 Pursuit, Control and Optimiza- l2.-Andic, F. M. Distribution of tion 474 Family Incomes in Puerto Rico 480 1. Mathematical Theory of Reliability. By Richard E. Barlow and Frank Proschan with contributions by Larry C. Hunter. London and New York, Wiley, 1965. xiii, 256 p. 9". 83s. ($11.00). (SIAM Series in Applied Mathematics.) The main developments of a theory of reliability started after World War II with the development of missile systems. To-day the theory and practice of reliability are becoming increasingly more important with the advent of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series A (Statistics in Society) Oxford University Press

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0964-1998
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1966] 471 Reviews PAGE PAGE I.-Barlow, R. E. and Proschan, F. 6.-Neveu,J. Mathematical Founda- Mathematical Theory of Re- of the Calculus of Prob- tions liability 471 bility . 475 2.-Bil/ingsley, P. Ergodic Theory 7.-Skorokhod, A. V. Studies in the and Information . 472 Theory of Random Processes 476 3.-Cox, D. R. and Miller, H. D. 8.-Janossy, L. Theory and Practice The Theory of Stochastic Pro- of the Evaluation of Measure- cesses . 473 ments. 476 4.-Ferguson, G. A. Nonparametric 9.-Selin, I. Detection Theory 477 Trend Analysis 474 lO.-Bulmer, M. G. Principles of 5.-Isaacs, R. Differential Games: Statistics 478 A Mathematical Theory with lI.-Manescu, M. (ed.) Calcul Applications to Warfare and Economic 479 Pursuit, Control and Optimiza- l2.-Andic, F. M. Distribution of tion 474 Family Incomes in Puerto Rico 480 1. Mathematical Theory of Reliability. By Richard E. Barlow and Frank Proschan with contributions by Larry C. Hunter. London and New York, Wiley, 1965. xiii, 256 p. 9". 83s. ($11.00). (SIAM Series in Applied Mathematics.) The main developments of a theory of reliability started after World War II with the development of missile systems. To-day the theory and practice of reliability are becoming increasingly more important with the advent of

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Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series A (Statistics in Society)Oxford University Press

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