Therefore, if min{X1,…,Xp}=Xj, for 1 ≤ j ≤ p, then (T = Xj, Δ = j). Probabilistic Systems Analysis and Applied Probability 1 for 0 fx e x x 2 for 0 fy e y y f xy f x f y, 12 Let X1, …, Xm be independent exponential random variables with respective rates λ1, …, λm, where λi ≠ λj when i ≠ j. • Example: If immigrants to area A arrive at a Poisson rate of 10 per week, and if each immigrant is of En- ... tics of a set n − 1 independent uniform (0,t) random variables. Suppose that an item must go through m stages of treatment to be cured. Then generate a random variable I that is equally likely to be any of 1, …, n. Next, generate an exponential random variable X with rate λI conditional on the event thatX+∑j≠Ixj>c. We would like to determine the dis-tribution function m 3(x)ofZ. » 1a and let Fn(y) be the corresponding distribution of Y1= max{X1, X2, ..., Xn}. Besides, we seek to know if Therefore, each new low is the final one with probability 1 − ρ. Consequently, the total number of lows that ever occur has the same distribution as T. In addition, if we let Wi be the amount by which the ith low is less than the low preceding it, it is easy to see that W1, W2,… are independent and identically distributed, and are also independent of the number of lows. To determine the average number of machines in queue, we will make use of the basic queueing identity, where λa is the average rate at which machines fail. If the repairperson is free, repair begins on the machine; otherwise, the machine joins the queue of failed machines. Now, if Xn=i>0, then the situation when the nth repair has just occurred is that repair is about to begin on a machine, there are i-1 other machines waiting for repair, and there are m-i working machines, each of which will (independently) continue to work for an exponential time with rate λ. I showed that it has a density of the form: This density is called the density. Thus, we have shown that if S=∑i=1nXi, then, Integrating both sides of the expression for fS from t to ∞ yields that the tail distribution function of S is given by. » If we suppose that the amounts of time that it takes the item to pass through the successive stages are independent exponential random variables, and that the probability that an item that has just completed stage n quits the program is (independent of how long it took to go through the n stages) equal to r(n), then the total time that an item spends in the program is a Coxian random variable. Conditioning on N gives its density function: If we interpret N as a lifetime measured in discrete time periods, then r(n) denotes the probability that an item will die in its nth period of use given that it has survived up to that time. Next: Sum of two independent Up: Sums of Continuous Random Previous: Sums of Continuous Random Gamma density Consider the distribution of the sum of two independent Exponential() random variables. Now based on the assumption that X1, …, Xp are independently distributed, the joint PDF of T and Δ for t > 0 and j = 1, …, p can be written as follows: Hence, the marginal PDF of T for t > 0 and the probability mass function (PMF) Δ for j = 1, …, p can be obtained as, respectively. I know that two independent exponentially distributed random variables with the same rate parameter follow a gamma distribution with shape parameter equal to the amount of exponential r.v. Let Z= X+ Y. Since the survival function of T for t > 0 is. Now, as noted in Example 7.36, the ruin probability of a firm starting with 0 initial capital is ρ. However, suppose that after each stage there is a probability that the item will quit the program. Thus, r(n) is the discrete time analog of the failure rate function r(t), and is correspondingly referred to as the discrete time failure (or hazard) rate function. Hence, this on–off system is an alternating renewal process. ■. 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