Fault-Tree Analysis by Fuzzy Probability

@article{Tanaka1983FaultTreeAB,
  title={Fault-Tree Analysis by Fuzzy Probability},
  author={Hideo Tanaka and L. T. Fan and Fu-Yung Lai and K. Toguchi},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Reliability},
  year={1983},
  volume={R-32},
  pages={453-457}
}
In conventional fault-tree analysis, the failure probabilities of components of a system are treated as exact values in estimating the failure probability of the top event. For many systems, it is often difficult to evaluate the failure probabilities of components from past occurrences because the environments of the systems change. Furthermore, it might be necessary to consider possible failure of components even if they have never failed before. We, therefore, propose to employ the… CONTINUE READING
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