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Dependability of Engineering Systems : Modeling and Evaluation

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Title: Dependability of Engineering Systems : Modeling and Evaluation
Author: J.M. Nahman
ISBN: 3540414371 / 9783540414377
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 192
Publisher: Springer Verlag
Year: 2002
Availability: Out of Stock
     
 
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The book offers a sound, easily readable theoretical back- ground for dependability prediction and analysis of enginee- ring systems. The book bridges the gap between the real life dependability problems and very sophisticated and highly specialized books in this field. It is addressed to a broad readership including practicing engineers, reliability ana- lysts and postgraduate students of engineering faculties. The professionals in the field may also find some new mate- rial that is not covered in available textbooks such as fuz- zy logic evaluation of dependability performance, uncertain- ty assessment, open loop sequential analysis of discrete state stochastic processes, approximate solving of Markov systems.

Preface

Chapter 1 : Nonrenewable Two-State Systems
Chapter 2 : Renewable Two-State Systems
Chapter 3 : Markov Systems
Chapter 4 : Networks
Chapter 5 : Event Inspection Methods
Chapter 6 : Finite-Term Dependability Prediction
Chapter 7 : Simulation
Chapter 8 : Dependability Grading and Optimization
Chapter 9 : Uncertainties in the Dependability Evaluation

Index

 
 
 
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