The reliability of a system is the probability that when operating under stated environmental conditions, the system will perform its intended function adequately. We consider the strength of the system X and the stress Y as random variables. The component fails at the instant that the stress applied to it exceeds the strength and the component will function satisfactorily whenever X>Y. The quasi-likelihood function was introduced by Wedderburn (1974) to be used for estimating the unknown parameters in generalized linear models.
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