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Dr Philip Scarf
Professor of Applied Statistics
Business School

Expertise:
Reliability and Maintenance Modelling, Statistics in Sport, Extremes and Corrosion Engineering, Capital Replacement Modelling, Warranty Modelling

Biography:
Editor, IMA Journal of Management Mathematics

Qualifications:
BSc (Sheffield) PhD (Manchester)

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Latest Additions

  1. To lead or not to lead: Analysis of the sprint in track cycling
  2. Imperfect inspection and replacement of a system with a defective state: A cost and reliability analysis
  3. Modelling warranty extensions: A case study in the automotive industry
  4. Modelling imperfect inspection over a finite horizon
  5. On the development of a soccer player performance rating system for the English premier league
  6. Forecasting test cricket match outcomes in play
  7. Maintenance scheduling of a protection system subject to imperfect inspection and replacement
  8. Generalised estimators for seasonal forecasting by combining grouping and shrinkage approaches
  9. Modelling quality in replacement and inspection maintenance
  10. On the development of decision rules for bar quiz handicapping
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Most Viewed Items

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1An age-based inspection and replacement policy for heterogeneous components 632
2Modelling the dependence of goals scored by opposing teams in international soccer matches573
3On the development of a soccer player performance rating system for the English premier league503
4Route choice in mountain navigation: Naismith's rule, and the equivalence of distance and climb477
5Ranking football players457
6The analysis and utilization of cycling training data435
7On the distribution of runs scored and batting strategy in test cricket433
8The importance of a match in a tournament405
9Forecasting test cricket match outcomes in play402
10An analysis of strategy in the first three innings in test cricket: declaration and the follow-on398