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

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Finally, a generalization of

MAEKAN to analyse systems containing standby redundant units which fail with

nonzero probability at the start-up. REFERENCES [1] C. A. Clarotti and G. Dr,

Cola: ...

Finally, a generalization of

**techniques**for automatic matrix storage allowedMAEKAN to analyse systems containing standby redundant units which fail with

nonzero probability at the start-up. REFERENCES [1] C. A. Clarotti and G. Dr,

Cola: ...

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The explicit failure model used in these

the overall failure of the task to be partitioned amongst the various task elements,

which is useful for design purposes. However, there are difficulties in situations ...

The explicit failure model used in these

**techniques**is attractive, because it allowsthe overall failure of the task to be partitioned amongst the various task elements,

which is useful for design purposes. However, there are difficulties in situations ...

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In the other

the process via which the judges arrive at their assessments is covert. Most of the

disadvantages of SLIM are confined to the basic form of the

In the other

**techniques**reviewed up to now, external review is not possible, sincethe process via which the judges arrive at their assessments is covert. Most of the

disadvantages of SLIM are confined to the basic form of the

**technique**, where it ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

System Eeliabujty | 3 |

Statistical Theory of Eeliablitt | 8 |

Definitions and characterizations | 12 |

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