Reliability Modeling of Compensating Module Failures in Majority Voted Redundancy

@article{Siewiorek1975ReliabilityMO,
  title={Reliability Modeling of Compensating Module Failures in Majority Voted Redundancy},
  author={Daniel P. Siewiorek},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Computers},
  year={1975},
  volume={C-24},
  pages={525-533}
}
The classical reliability model for N-modular redundancy (NMR) assumes the network to be failed when a majority of modules which drive the same voter fail. It has long been known that this model is pessimistic since there are instances, termed compensating module failures, where a majority of the modules fail but the network is nonfailed. A different module reliability model based on lead reliability is proposed which has the classical NMR reliability model as a special case. Recent results… CONTINUE READING
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