@inproceedings{TheKS, title={The K-out-of-n System Model}, author={} }

An n-component system that works (or is " good ") if and only if at least k of the n components work (or are good) is called a k-out-of-n:G system. An n-component system that fails if and only if at least k of the n components fail is called a k-out-of-n:F system. Based on these two definitions, a k-out-of-n:G system is equivalent to an (n − k + 1)-out-of-n:F system. The term k-out-of-n system is often used to indicate either a G system or an F system or both. Since the value of n is usually… CONTINUE READING

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