Interval-Valued Reliability Analysis of Multi-State Systems

@article{Li2011IntervalValuedRA,
  title={Interval-Valued Reliability Analysis of Multi-State Systems},
  author={Chun-yang Li and Xun Chen and Xiao-shan Yi and Jun-Yong Tao},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Reliability},
  year={2011},
  volume={60},
  pages={323-330}
}
In previous studies that analyzed the reliability of multi-state systems, the precise values of the state performance levels and state probabilities of multi-state components were required. In many cases, however, there are insufficient data to obtain the state probabilities of components precisely. A method is proposed in this paper to analyze the reliability of multi-state systems when the available data of components are insufficient. Based on the Bayesian approach and the imprecise… CONTINUE READING
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