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Modeling for reliability analysis

Markov modeling for reliability, maintainability, safety, and supportability analyses of complex computer systems
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IEEE Press , New York
Computer engineering., Reliability (Engineering) -- Mathematical mo
StatementJan Pukite, Paul Pukite.
SeriesIEEE Press series on engineering of complex computer systems
ContributionsPukite, Paul.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTK7885 .P85 1998
The Physical Object
Paginationxix, 258 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL698831M
ISBN 100780334825
LC Control Number97046570

Markov modeling has long been accepted as a fundamental and powerful technique for the fault tolerance analysis of mission-critical applications.

However, the elaborate computations required have often made Markov modeling too time-consuming to be of practical use on Markov Modeling for Reliability, Maintainability, Safety, and Supportability /5(2).

Here are sample chapters (early drafts) from the book “Markov Models and Reliability”: 1 Introduction. 2 Markov Model Fundamentals.

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What Is A Markov Model. A Simple Markov Model for a Two-Unit System Matrix Notation. Delayed Repair of Total Failures.

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