# Conditional Reliability

• Jul 14th 2011, 10:38 PM
Dazz
Conditional Reliability
I have a modified form of the conditional reliability function R(T+t|T) / R(T). The original form is R(T+t) / R(T). I am having trouble finding out the numerator part of R(T+t|T). Is there another way to write that mathematically to help compute it? From what I understand it translates to what is the reliability of R(T+t) given R(T) but I just can't put it in mathematical terms. Thanks!
• Jul 16th 2011, 01:09 AM
CaptainBlack
Re: Conditional Reliability
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Originally Posted by Dazz
I have a modified form of the conditional reliability function R(T+t|T) / R(T). The original form is R(T+t) / R(T). I am having trouble finding out the numerator part of R(T+t|T). Is there another way to write that mathematically to help compute it? From what I understand it translates to what is the reliability of R(T+t) given R(T) but I just can't put it in mathematical terms. Thanks!

$R(T+t|T)=\frac{R(T+t)}{R(T)}$ for $t>0$

CB