Network Reliability Evaluation

@inproceedings{Rubino2004NetworkRE,
  title={Network Reliability Evaluation},
  author={Gerardo Rubino},
  year={2004}
}
Network reliability concerns reliability metrics of large classes of multicomponent systems. In general, the structure of such a system is represented by a binary function of M binary variables where M is the number of components. Let us denote by such a structure function. We adopt the usual convention where 1 represents the operational state (the device, component or system, is operational or up) and 0 the failed or downstate. A state vector for such a system is a vector x x xM where xi is a… CONTINUE READING
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