Hye-Young Koo

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Joint Reliability Importance (JRI) is a measurement of the degree of interactions between two components in a system. The value of JRI is non-positive (non-negative) if and only if one component becomes more important when the other has failed (is functioning). In this paper, we study the properties of JRI of the k-out-of-n system, where the system works if(More)
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