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An Introduction to Markov Modeling: Concepts and Uses

By Boyd, Mark A

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Title: An Introduction to Markov Modeling: Concepts and Uses  
Author: Boyd, Mark A
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Language: English
Subject: Composite Structures, Cylindrical Shells, Voids
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1998
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Description: Kharkov modeling is a modeling technique that is widely useful for dependability analysis of complex fault tolerant systems. It is very flexible in the type of systems and system behavior it can model. It is not, however, the most appropriate modeling technique for every modeling situation. The first task in obtaining a reliability or availability estimate for a system is selecting which modeling technique is most appropriate to the situation at hand. A person performing a dependability analysis must confront the question: is Kharkov modeling most appropriate to the system under consideration, or should another technique be used instead The need to answer this gives rise to other more basic questions regarding Kharkov modeling: what are the capabilities and limitations of Kharkov modeling as a modeling technique How does it relate to other modeling techniques What kind of system behavior can it model What kinds of software tools are available for performing dependability analyses with Kharkov modeling techniques These questions and others will be addressed in this tutorial.; CASI; Nasa Publication Center: Ames Research Center; Unclassified; No Copyright; Unlimited; Publicly available


 
 



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