Reliability metrics and the REMM model

@article{James2004ReliabilityMA,
  title={Reliability metrics and the REMM model},
  author={Ivan James and Justin Marshall and Martyn Evans and Brittney Newman},
  journal={Annual Symposium Reliability and Maintainability, 2004 - RAMS},
  year={2004},
  pages={474-479}
}
This paper discusses differences in the understanding and application of current reliability metrics across engineering disciplines within an aerospace environment. Differences in the interpretation of these metrics by designers, project managers and product support engineers within an organization may compromise the effectiveness of any technical or commercial decision-making that is based upon reliability prediction and field return data analysis. The same concern is true for customer and… CONTINUE READING

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