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Title: Software for predicting the reliability of the electronic system by its technical states set analysis method
Authors: Tsyrelchuk, N. I.
Dzik, S. S.
Borovikov, S. M.
Tsyrelchuk, I. N.
Kaziuchyts, V. O.
Zhidiliaeva, N. I.
Shneiderov, E. N.
Keywords: материалы конференций;software;electronic system;technical states;set analysis method
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: БГУИР
Citation: Software for predicting the reliability of the electronic system by its technical states set analysis method / N. I. Tsyrelchuk [et al.] // BIG DATA and Advanced Analytics: collection of materials of the third international scientific and practical conference, Minsk, Belarus, May 3–4, 2017 / editorial board : М. Batura [et al.]. – Minsk : BSUIR, 2017. – С. 134-138.
Abstract: The method of direct selection of the system technical states is the simplest and most understandable method for predicting the reliability of an electronic system under any connection scheme from the point of view of the reliability of its component parts (devices). If the number of devices entering the system is more than 8 ... 10, algorithms are needed to generate and further process large amounts of data on possible technical conditions of the system. Such algorithms are proposed and used in the developed software tool for assessing (predicting) the reliability of the electronic system. This software tool allows you to build a structural scheme of reliability in an interactive mode on a computer. After entering the data about the system components (devices) reliability the computer calculates the reliability indicator automatically.
URI: https://libeldoc.bsuir.by/handle/123456789/28107
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