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Title: Some extensions to reliability modeling and optimization of networked systems
Authors: PENG RUI
Keywords: imperfect fault coverage, maintenance, networked systems, optimization, protection, reliability
Issue Date: 11-Feb-2011
Citation: PENG RUI (2011-02-11). Some extensions to reliability modeling and optimization of networked systems. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This dissertation focuses on the reliability modeling and optimization of some networked systems. The reliability of a system is usually dependent on the structure of the system and the resources spent on the maintenance and protection of the system. Appropriate configuration of system structure and allocation of different kinds of resources are effective measures to increase system reliability and reduce the cost. Different kinds of networked systems are investigated in this dissertation, which involve series-parallel systems subjected to imperfect fault coverage, linear multi-state consecutively connected systems comprising of elements with increasing failure rates, simple series and parallel systems exposed to external intentional attacks, and series-parallel systems subjected to both internal failures and external attacks.
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