For the flight-by-flight sequential importance sampling routine of the
crackR package, the default is to output SFPOF at the start and end of
a number of subintervals of flights. Also output in the results
object is the probability
of failure of each interval:
pof.int. This function calculates
and "average" value of
SFPOF for each flight in each subinterval using
yielding SFPOF results in the familiar format for plotting.
data.frame of the subintervals of a crackR run with columns indicating the number of flights in each interval and the failure probability of each interval. pof.int is standard output in a crackR run.
Like the interval version of the routine, SFPOF will converge more quickly for many problems when averaging estimates over a number of flights. Using this function to process flight-by-flight results will be approximate within each subinterval, but these will be less approximate in general than those obtained by the interval routine.
data.frame of SFPOF results for printing or plotting
Keith Halbert <email@example.com>
Halbert, K. "Estimation of Probability of Failure for Damage-Tolerant Aerospace Structures" PhD Thesis, Temple University Department of Statistics, Philadelphia, PA, Apr 2014
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