Failure Analysis of a Complex System Based on Partial Information about Subsystems , with Potential Applications to Aircraft Maintenance

@inproceedings{Kreinovich2012FailureAO,
  title={Failure Analysis of a Complex System Based on Partial Information about Subsystems , with Potential Applications to Aircraft Maintenance},
  author={Vladik Kreinovich and Christelle Jacob and Didier Dubois and Janette Cardoso and Martine Ceberio and I. Batyrshin},
  year={2012}
}
In many real-life applications (e.g., in aircraft maintenance), we need to estimate the probability of failure of a complex system (such as an aircraft as a whole or one of its subsystems). Complex systems are usually built with redundancy allowing them to withstand the failure of a small number of components. In this paper, we assume that we know the structure of the system, and, as a result, for each possible set of failed components, we can tell whether this set will lead to a system failure… CONTINUE READING

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