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Phased-mission system analysis using Boolean algebraic methods

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Hampton, Va, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reliability (Engineering),
  • Algebra, Boolean.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPhased mission system analysis using Boolean algebraic methods.
    StatementArun K. Somani, Kishor S. Trivedi.
    SeriesICASE report -- no. 93-84., NASA contractor report -- 191564., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-191564.
    ContributionsTrivedi, Kishor Shridharbhai, 1946-, Langley Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15392421M

    The combinatorial models, including fault trees and reliability block diagrams, are basic models in reliability analysis, in which components are traditionally assumed to be either working or failed (i.e. Boolean cases), and then to be composed using the logic connectives (and, or, ) to represent the failure mechanism of the system. NASA Images Solar System Collection Ames Research Center. Brooklyn Museum. Full text of "Building the information society: IFIP 18th World Computer Congress: Topical sessions August , Toulouse, France" See other formats.

    RESS paper (15minutes) Reliability analysis o= f large phased-mission systems with repairable components based on success-= state sampling. Reliability Engineering & System Safety, Volume 14= 2, October , Pages , Ji-Min Lu, Xiao-Yue Wu, Yiliu Liu, Mary Ann= Lundteigen. L. Meshkat, L. Xing, S. Donohue, and Y. Ou, “An overview of the phase-modular fault tree approach to phased-mission system analysis,” in Proceedings of the International Conference on Space Mission Challenges for Information Technology, , pp. – [17] :

      Structural system reliability calculation using a probabilistic fault tree analysis method. NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Torng, T. Y.; Wu, Y.-T.; Millwater, H. R. The development of a new probabilistic fault tree analysis (PFTA) method for calculating structural system reliability is summarized. The proposed PFTA procedure includes: developing a fault tree to represent . Modern Statistical And Mathematical Methods in Reliability (Quality, Reliability and Engineering Statistics) Series on Quality, Reliability and Engineering Statistics vo 1. 10 7 Reliability Analysis of a Dynamic Phased Mission System: Comparison of Two Approaches Man: Bouissou.


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Somani AK, Trivedi KS. Phased-mission system analysis using Boolean algebraic methods. Proceedings of the ACM Sigmetrics Conference on Measurement and Modeling of Cited by: This paper proposes a new strategy to improve the reliability of phased mission systems (PMS), namely, by swapping of components.

In the proposed strategy, when a component fails, it can be swapped by another one in the system which is still functioning. Many efforts have been devoted to the analysis of PMSs.

Xing and Amari () reviewed PMS modeling and analysis creates fault tolerance and allows the system to meet high reliability requirements. @article{osti_, title = {SPACE PROPULSION SYSTEM PHASED-MISSION PROBABILITY ANALYSIS USING CONVENTIONAL PRA METHODS}, author = {Curtis Smith and James Knudsen}, abstractNote = {As part of a series of papers on the topic of advance probabilistic methods, a benchmark phased-mission problem has been suggested.

This problem consists of modeling a space mission. Improved Efficiency in the Analysis of Phased Mission Systems With Multiple Failure Mode Components analysis based on Boolean algebraic methods.

Our technique is computationally efficient and. Analysis of the impact of memory in distributed parallel processing systems Phased-mission system analysis using Boolean algebraic methods. Arun K. Somani, Kishor S. Trivedi The overheads in a parallel system that limit its scalability need to be identified and separated in order to enable parallel algorithm design and the development.

This chapter deals with the paradigm of handling system reliability analysis in the Boolean domain as a supplement to (rather than a replacement to) analysis in the probability domain. This paradigm is well-established within the academic circles of reliability theory and engineering, albeit virtually unknown outside these by: 5.

Most reliability analysis techniques and tools assume that a system is used for a mission consisting of a single phase. However, multiple phases are natural in many missions. The failure rates of components, system configuration, and success criteria Cited by: 5.

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The WAMCOM code is designed for the experienced analyst working with large, complex fault trees. A package of three computer codes, LEVEL, WAMCOM, and SETS, has been compiled to.

This paper considers a mission-based non-repairable system which has multiple and cyclic mission sequences, and whose components have multimode failur Cited by: 9.

Dependability assessment is one of the most important activities for the analysis of complex systems. Classical analysis techniques of safety, risk, and dependability, like Fault Tree Analysis or Reliability Block Diagrams, are easy to implement, but they estimate inaccurate dependability results due to their simplified hypotheses that assume the components’ malfunctions to be Cited by: 2.

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A practical approach for phased mission analysis. Published: by Reliability Engineering & System Safety Authors: Xue Dazhi, John X. Wang This paper presents a new treatment of phased mission problems. Generalized intersection and union concept is developed and provides a pragmatic tool to guide a phased mission analysis.

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