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Prediction intervals for load‐sharing systems in accelerated life testing Early View

  • Journal: Quality and Reliability Engineering International
  • Authors: Kevin Leckey, Christine H. Müller, Sebastian Szugat, Reinhard Maurer
  • Published Date: Jun 26, 2020

Abstract Based on accelerated lifetime experiments, we consider the problem of constructing prediction intervals for the time point at which a given number of components of a load‐sharing system...

Testing the Technology of Human Capital Production: A General‐to‐Restricted Framework Early View

  • Journal: Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics
  • Authors: Sam Jones
  • Published Date: Jun 25, 2020

Abstract Studies of childhood development have suggested human capital is accumulated in complex and nonlinear ways. Nonetheless, empirical analyses of this process often impose a linear functional...

Routing electric vehicles with a single recharge per route Early View

  • Journal: Networks
  • Authors: Maximilian Löffler, Guy Desaulniers, Stefan Irnich, Michael Schneider
  • Published Date: Jun 25, 2020

Abstract Driven by environmental considerations, regulations on vehicle emissions, and the offer of major subsidies, electric commercial vehicles (ECVs) are receiving ever stronger attention in...

Auxiliary‐information‐based efficient variability control charts for Phase I of SPC Early View

  • Journal: Quality and Reliability Engineering International
  • Authors: Saddam Akber Abbasi, Nurudeen A. Adegoke
  • Published Date: Jun 25, 2020

Abstract The inclusion of correlated auxiliary variables into the monitoring scheme of quality characteristic of interest has gained notable attention in recent statistical process control (SPC)...

Site percolation and isoperimetric inequalities for plane graphs Early View

  • Journal: Random Structures & Algorithms
  • Authors: Christoforos Panagiotis, John Haslegrave
  • Published Date: Jun 25, 2020

We use isoperimetric inequalities combined with a new technique to prove upper bounds for the site percolation threshold of plane graphs with given minimum degree conditions. In the process we prove...

Truncated tests for combining evidence of summary statistics Early View

  • Journal: Genetic Epidemiology
  • Authors: Deliang Bu, Qinglong Yang, Zhen Meng, Sanguo Zhang, Qizhai Li
  • Published Date: Jun 25, 2020

Abstract To date, thousands of genetic variants to be associated with numerous human traits and diseases have been identified by genome‐wide association studies (GWASs). The GWASs focus on testing the...

Minimum wage, trade and unemployment in general equilibrium Early View

  • Journal: International Journal of Economic Theory
  • Authors: Sugata Marjit, Shrimoyee Ganguly, Rajat Acharyya
  • Published Date: Jun 24, 2020

Abstract The path‐breaking work of Card and Krueger, showing that a higher minimum wage can increase employment, turned the age‐old conventional wisdom on its head. This paper demonstrates that this...

On mixed memory control charts based on auxiliary information for efficient process monitoring Early View

  • Journal: Quality and Reliability Engineering International
  • Authors: Babar Zaman, Muhammad Riaz, Muhammad Aslam, Syed Masroor Anwar
  • Published Date: Jun 24, 2020

Abstract Control charts are popular monitoring tools in statistical process control toolkit. These are used to identify assignable causes in the process parameters (location and/or dispersion). These...

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