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

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In the power generator model discussed above, a sample path of the indicator

process I(t) would have the form

epochs tJ, r\, r\, the generator has just been repaired and is as good as new. At

each of ...

In the power generator model discussed above, a sample path of the indicator

process I(t) would have the form

**shown in fig**. 3. 3 I0 t| 12 E3 t Pig. 3. At theepochs tJ, r\, r\, the generator has just been repaired and is as good as new. At

each of ...

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A complete reliability analysis on an extensive system such as the SXTF System

normally requires three levels of fault tree development, as

upper level, called the top structure, includes the top undesired event and the ...

A complete reliability analysis on an extensive system such as the SXTF System

normally requires three levels of fault tree development, as

**shown in fig**. 6. Theupper level, called the top structure, includes the top undesired event and the ...

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Considering the influence « quality of information » in fig. 7, for example, two

influences impinge on this, « design » and ... These judgements are of the form

Considering the influence « quality of information » in fig. 7, for example, two

influences impinge on this, « design » and ... These judgements are of the form

**shown in fig**. 8, which also indicates the way in which the weights of evidence ...### 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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