Reliability theory is a major concern for engineers and managers engaged in making high quality products and designing highly reliable systems. Advanced Reliability Models and Maintenance Policies is a survey of new research topics in reliability theory and optimization techniques in reliability engineering. Advanced Reliability Models and Maintenance Policies introduces partition and redundant problems within reliability models, and provides optimization techniques. The book also indicates how to perform maintenance in a finite time span and at failure detection, and to apply recovery techniques for computer systems. New themes such as reliability complexity and service reliability in reliability theory are theoretically proposed, and optimization problems in management science using reliability techniques are presented. Advanced Reliability Models and Maintenance Policies is an essential guide for graduate students and researchers in reliability theory, and a valuable reference for reliability engineers engaged both in maintenance work and in management and computer systems.We consider three ARQ models with intermittent faults that are mainly employed in data transmissions to achieve high ... Faults in Model 2 are hidden and become permanent failure  when the duration of hidden faults exceeds a threshold level. ... with error-detecting and error-correcting codes and of retransmitting the same data when errors have been detected, was ... 221] P00(t) = I¼ Ir+I¼ + IrIr+I¼ea(Ir+I¼)t, P10(t) = I¼Ir+I¼ a I¼Ir+I¼ea(Ir+I¼)t, (6.18) and P01(t) = 1 a P00(t), P11(t) = 1anbsp;...
|Title||:||Advanced Reliability Models and Maintenance Policies|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2008-08-29|