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By Walter T. Federer

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The definition of “models” should be understood in terms of these conditional functions. 30 2 Elements of Survival Analysis The time-to-failure T = Tx(·) could be called the resource of the item; the item failed since its resource was used. But the notion of resource should not depend on x(·). Let us consider the Smirnov’s transformation of the time-to-failure T = Tx(·) : R = Λx(·) (Tx(·) ), where Λx(·) (·) is the cumulative hazard rate of T under stress x(·). 20) in which there is no phenomena of aging.

3. Progressive stress: a specimen undergoes a continuously increasing level of stress. The most common case—Linearly increasing stress. 4. Cyclic stress. 5. Random stress. 9 Step-Stresses 29 The most common case is when the stress is unidimensional, for example high temperature, voltage, but more then one accelerating stresses may be used. In survival analysis the covariate x is a vector, components of which correspond to various characteristics influencing lifetime of individuals such as methods of cure or operation, quantities or types of remedies, environment, interior characteristics as blood pressure, sex, etc.

Let E be the set of all possible (admissible) stresses. If x(·) ∈ E is constant in time we denote x instead of x(·), and E1 is the set of all admissible (possible) constant covariates, E1 ⊂ E. The mostly used time-varying stresses in accelerated trials are the step-stresses. If there are several units placed on test at an initial low stress and they do not fail at a predetermined time t1 , the stress is then increased. If they still do not fail at a predetermined time t2 > t1 , the stress increased once more, and so on.

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