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Al-Wasel Department of Statistics and O.R., Faculty of Science King Saud University, P.O. Box 2455, Riyadh 11451, Saudi Arabia Abstract In several studies in reliability and in medical science, the cause of failure/death of items or individuals may be attributable to more then one ...The full ordered observed sample is Y(l)=T(I) Y(2) = T(2) Y(r)=T(r) Y(r+l)=T(r) Remark 2. In Type II Censoring model we have instead t the random time = T ) c (r' Both the Type Iand the Type II censoring arise in engineering applications. 3.1 Right-censoring Let C), ... , C n be i.i.d. random variables each with cdf G. Here C j is the censoring time associated with T j • We can only observe ...Progressive censoring scheme is useful in both industrial life testing applications and clinical settings; it allows the removal of surviving experimental units before the termination of the test. 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