Confiabilidade Autovalidável para Sistemas com Processo de Falhas Exponencial

André Feitoza Mendonça, Marcilia Andrade Campos

Abstract


A computação da confiabilidade envolve números reais, o que gera problemas numéricos decorrentes das limitações encontradas na manipulação de reais em máquinas digitais. Este trabalho propõe um método, implementado no Matlab utilizando a biblioteca Intlab, para a obtenção de intervalos que encapsulam valores de confiabilidade real de sistemas com processo de falhas exponencial, controlando erros numéricos. O software SHARPE foi empregado para validar o método implementado.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5540/tema.2013.014.03.0383

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