Availability Allocation of Networked Systems Using Markov Model and Heuristics Algorithm

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Ruiying Li; Xiaoxi Liu; Ning Huang;
(2014)

It is a common practice to allocate the system availability goal to reliability and maintainability goals of components in the early design phase. However, the networked system availability is difficult to be allocated due to its complex topology and multiple down state... View more
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