RELIABILITY PARAMETERS ESTIMATION IN CASE OF AVIATION RADIO ELECTRONIC DEVICES TECHNICAL STATE DETERIORATION

M. Yu. Zaliskyi

Abstract


The article describes procedure of statistical data processing in the operation system of aviationradio electronic devices in case of their technical state deterioration. Analysis of literature showedthat there is a great variety of technical state deterioration models, among which the most commonlyused is linear model. Therefore, reliability parameters estimates on the basis of the maximum likelihoodmethod were obtained for linear model of technical state deterioration. Analysis of estimation procedureconfirmed the mathematical correlations correctness

Keywords


Aviation radio electronic devices; operation system; statistical data processing; estimation procedure

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