# Search results for: Laurent Bordes

Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice > 2019 > 13 > 1 > 1-15

*n*is the sample size. Generally the asymptotic normality of the estimator results from central limit theorems that requires to center $$T_n$$ Tn and the function $$\phi$$ ϕ does not depend on

*n*. In this paper, we provide an...

Applied Stochastic Models in Business and Industry > 32 > 5 > 677 - 696

Computational Statistics > 2016 > 31 > 4 > 1513-1538

Proceedings of COMPSTAT'2010 > Monte Carlo Methods in System Safety, Reliability and Risk Analysis > 243-252

*n*consecutive independent failure times have the same failure rate or if there exists some $$k\in \{1,\ldots ,n\}$$ k ∈ { 1 , … , n } such that the common failure rate of the first

*k*failure times is different from the common failure rate of the last $$n-k$$ n - k failure times, based on an exponential lifetime distribution...

Statistics and Probability Letters > 2011 > 81 > 11 > 1654-1663

Scandinavian Journal of Statistics > 38 > 1 > 108 - 129

**Abstract.**Estimators based on data‐driven generalized weighted Cramér‐von Mises distances are defined for data that are subject to a possible right censorship. The function used to measure the distance between the data, summarized by the Kaplan–Meier estimator, and the target model is allowed to depend on the sample size and, for example, on the number of censored items. It is shown that the estimators...

Reliability Engineering and System Safety > 2010 > 95 > 8 > 921-934

IEEE Transactions on Reliability > 2010 > 59 > 2 > 413 - 425

Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics > 2009 > 61 > 4 > 887-903

Computational Statistics and Data Analysis > 2007 > 51 > 11 > 5429-5443

Statistics and Probability Letters > 2004 > 68 > 1 > 111-123

Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference > 2004 > 119 > 1 > 171-189

Journal of Multivariate Analysis > 2001 > 78 > 1 > 83-102

Journal of Multivariate Analysis > 1997 > 63 > 2 > 199-221