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

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... feature we will deal with in the next

common mode failure is an occurrence or circumstance that leads to the

concurrent failure of a number of supposedly independent components or

subsystems, ...

... feature we will deal with in the next

**subsection**. 5'8. Common mode failures. - Acommon mode failure is an occurrence or circumstance that leads to the

concurrent failure of a number of supposedly independent components or

subsystems, ...

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However, a weaker assumption which is reasonable in most cases is that there is

an oracle which can specify whether for any given test case the result is

acceptable or not. In the next

correctness of ...

However, a weaker assumption which is reasonable in most cases is that there is

an oracle which can specify whether for any given test case the result is

acceptable or not. In the next

**subsection**we develop a measure of thecorrectness of ...

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The implications of this are further discussed in the following

Computational correctness possibility. In this

degree and the potential input volume of a computation and use these to assess

the ...

The implications of this are further discussed in the following

**subsections**. 3'3.2.Computational correctness possibility. In this

**subsection**we first define thedegree and the potential input volume of a computation and use these to assess

the ...

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### Contents

System Eeliabujty | 3 |

Statistical Theory of Eeliablitt | 8 |

Definitions and characterizations | 12 |

Copyright | |

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