Mathematical and Statistical Models and Methods in by V. S. Koroliuk, N. Limnios (auth.), V.V. Rykov, N.

By V. S. Koroliuk, N. Limnios (auth.), V.V. Rykov, N. Balakrishnan, M.S. Nikulin (eds.)

An outgrowth of the 6th convention on “Mathematical tools in Reliability: thought, equipment, and Applications,” this ebook is a variety of invited chapters, all of which care for numerous facets of mathematical and statistical versions and techniques in reliability.

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The results formulated in Theorems 1 and 2 created the base for further research studies in the area. For example, Shurenkov [Shu80a,Shu80b] generalised the results of these theorems to the case of perturbed matrix renewal equation using possibility of imbedding the matrix model to the scalar model considered in Theorems 1 and 2. A new improvement was achieved in the paper Silvestrov [Sil95] and then in the papers Gyllenberg and Silvestrov [GS99a, GS00a]. Under natural additional perturbation conditions, which assume that the defect f (ε) and the corresponding moments of the distribution F (ε) (s) can be expanded in power series with respect to ε up to and including an order k, explicit expansions for the corresponding characteristic roots were given, and the corresponding exponential expansions were obtained for solutions of nonlinearly perturbed renewal equations.

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Theorem 4. Under Assumptions MA1-MA2 the weak convergence B ε (t) ⇒ B 0 (t ∧ ζ), ε→0 takes place. The limit diffusion process B 0 (t), t ≥ 0 is the Wiener process with the variance coefficient σ2 = 2 π(dx)b(x)R0 b(x) + σμ , π(dx)μ(x)b2 (x), σμ := E E μ(x) := [m2 (x) − 2m2 (x)]/m(x), m2 (x) := Eθx2 , b(x) := a(x) − a. Remark 7. The fluctuation is considered as follows t B ε (t) = ε−1 b(xε (s/ε2 ))ds. 0 Note that the function b(x) satisfies the balance condition Πb(x) = π(dx)b(x) = 0. 3, [KL05a,b] we get σ 2 = ΠbR0 bΠ + σμ .

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