## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi". |

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The top event occurrence rate for selected time points is then

sum of basic-event marginal- occurrence rates. This program attempts to take

optimum advantage of the tree structure for the probability

finds ...

The top event occurrence rate for selected time points is then

**calculated**as thesum of basic-event marginal- occurrence rates. This program attempts to take

optimum advantage of the tree structure for the probability

**calculation**. It neitherfinds ...

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As to the failure, any way, even though a constant hazard rate is not always a

good model of the reality, mono- tonicity of component failure rates can be of help

for simplifying the problem of

As to the failure, any way, even though a constant hazard rate is not always a

good model of the reality, mono- tonicity of component failure rates can be of help

for simplifying the problem of

**calculating**system reliability. It is proved in [2] that, ...Page 149

As described above, we

= A100 exp [— A 2>,J will override in importance the rotangular prior 7r0(A) = M-

1 , 0<k<M, when M »A\ From the prior ji0 we

As described above, we

**calculated**the MLB of A as A = 4.78-10-3/nour. ... as100)= A100 exp [— A 2>,J will override in importance the rotangular prior 7r0(A) = M-

1 , 0<k<M, when M »A\ From the prior ji0 we

**calculate**the posterior density of A" ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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System Eeliabujty | 3 |

Statistical Theory of Eeliablitt | 8 |

Definitions and characterizations | 12 |

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