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Hierarchical modeling for reliability analysis using Markov models

Hierarchical modeling for reliability analysis using Markov models

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Published by Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Cambridge, MA, [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Arturo Fagundo.
Series[NASA contractor report] -- NASA CR-188288., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-188288.
ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17002461M
OCLC/WorldCa32368639

Power system reliability assessment using the Weibull-Markov model by Jasper van Casteren 1 Power System Reliability Assessment 1 2 Stochastic models 4 the reliability analysis. Examples are a specific load, a line, a generator, etc. However, the elaborate computations required have often made Markov modeling too time-consuming to be of practical use on these complex systems. With this hands-on tool, designers can use the Markov modeling technique to analyze safety, reliability, maintainability, and cost-effectiveness factors in the full range of complex systems in use today.

To conclude, I believe the book “Reliability and Availability Engineering: Modeling, Analysis, and Applications” is a good textbook and reference tool book for professors, college students, engineers, developers, researchers and all practitioners who analyze, design and build reliability and availability of real-world by: Bayesian data analysis (Je reys ) and Markov Chain Monte Carlo (Metropolis et al. ) techniques have existed for more than 50 years. discuss a few advanced topics like non-parametric models and hierarchical Bayesian models reliability, File Size: 3MB.

2. Introduction to Markov Modeling Traditionally, the reliability analysis of a complex system has been accomplished with combinato-rial mathematics. The standard fault-tree method of reliability analysis is based on such mathematics (ref. 2). Unfortunately, the fault-tree approach is incapable of analyzing systems in which reconfigura-tion is by: Reviews "The second edition of Hierarchical Modeling and Analysis for Spatial Data is a nice, rich, and excellent book, which deserves to be read by students and researchers, especially those working in the area of geosciences, environmental sciences, public health, ecology, and epidemiology.


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Hierarchical Modeling for Reliability Analysis Using Markov Models by Arturo Fagundo Submitted to the department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science onin partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science.

Hierarchical modeling for reliability analysis using Markov models - NASA/ADS Markov models represent an extremely attractive tool for the reliability analysis of many systems. However, Markov model state space grows exponentially with the number of components in a given system.

Introduction to Markov Modeling for Reliability Here are sample chapters (early drafts) from the book “Markov Models and Reliability”: 1 Introduction. 2 Markov Model Fundamentals. What Is A Markov Model.

A Simple Markov Model for a Two-Unit System Matrix Notation. Delayed Repair of Total Failures. Transient Analysis. This paper presents a reduced Markov model using hierarchical reduction approach to evaluate the PMS reliability.

The traditional Markov model suffers from the problem of huge transition rate matrix. Our approach takes advantage of PMS provide hierarchical feature, and an simplify the original Markov model of each phase by hierarchical : Hua Yan, Pu Long Cui, Yi Sheng Wang, Bi Xing Li, Fei Wan, De Li.

Analysis and verification Once a hierarchical architecture system is constructed as a Markov process, we can calculate the system reliability(R) based on 4 steps. Next, we use an example of a two layers architecture system (in Fig.1) to demonstrate the calculation process of the by: 1.

SHARPE includes algorithms for analysis of fault trees, reliability block diagrams, acyclic series-parallel graphs, acyclic and cyclic Markov and semi-Markov models, generalized stochastic Petri.

Once a hierarchical architecture system is constr ucted as a Markov process, we ca n calculate the. system reliability (R) based on 4 steps. Next, we use an exampl e of a two layers architecture. We introduce, analyze and demonstrate a recursive hierarchical generalization of the widely used hidden Markov models, which we name Hierarchical Hidden Markov Models (HHMM).

Our model is motivated by the complex multi-scale structure which appears in many natural sequences, particularly in language, handwriting and by: •Reliability model of CRN subsystem of Boeing for certification by FAA •Reliability model of SIP on WebSphere Books: Blue, Red, White, Green Modeling paradigms & numerical solution: Solution of large Fault trees and networks, Solution of large & stiff Markov models, New modeling paradigms of non-Markovian and Fluid Petri netsFile Size: 2MB.

hierarchical structure of natural sequences, namely, the hierarchical hidden Markov model. Our primary motivation is to enable better modeling of the different stochastic levels and length scales that are present in the natural language, whether speech, handwriting, or text.

The hierarchical Markov model realizes a rapid and convenient analysis of system reliability. The results provide theoretical support for identifying key module and component and developing rational maintenance and management strategy for low-voltage switchgear and other repairable complex by: 1.

Get this from a library. Hierarchical modeling for reliability analysis using Markov models. [Arturo Fagundo; United States.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Book Abstract: "Markov modeling has long been accepted as a fundamental and powerful technique for the fault tolerance analysis of mission-critical applications.

However, the elaborate computations required have often made Markov modeling too time-consuming to be of practical use. Markov models represent an extremely attractive tool for the reliability analysis of many systems.

However, Markov model state space grows exponentially with the number of components in a given system. Thus, for very large systems Markov modeling techniques alone become intractable in both memory and CPU time.

Often a particular subsystem can be found within some larger system where. Analysis Of System Reliability Using Markov Technique In the 4-Elements Markov Model, each element has two states - good and failed state.

The states of the Model are generated based on the elements being in one of these two states. An element with constant failure rate has a transition Probability that is approximated by λΔt. This paper presents a new method, termed hierarchical Markov modeling (HMM), which can perform predictive distribution system reliability assessment.

HMM is unique in that it decomposes the reliability model based on power system topology, integrated protection systems and individual protection by: Markov modeling has long been accepted as a fundamental and powerful technique for the fault tolerance analysis of mission-critical applications.

However, the elaborate computations required have often made Markov modeling too time-consuming to be of practical use on these complex systems. With this hands-on tool, designers can use the Markov modeling technique to analyze safety, reliability. The authors extensively use such tools throughout this book, focusing on assessing the reliability of components and systems with particular attention to hierarchical models and models incorporating explanatory variables.

Such models include failure time regression models, accelerated testing models, and degradation models. attempted to model run and reversal market regimes using a simple and intuitive Hierarchical Hidden Markov Model. We have proposed a statistical measure of the limit order book imbalance and have used it to build observation (feature) vector for our model.

We have built Limit Order Book analyzer – the. The goal is to replicate research in Hierarchical Hidden Markov Models (HHMM) applied to financial data. This model is a generalization of Hidden Markov Models (HMM), which in turn are part of the Dynamic Bayesian Networks (DBN) family.

We identified four academic works with interesting ideas and applications that do not provide data nor code. Markov Chains can be advantageous in the reliability analysis of repairable systems due to the capability in modeling repair process usually assumed to be instantaneous or negligible to .The hierarchical hidden Markov model (HHMM) is a statistical model derived from the hidden Markov model (HMM).

In an HHMM each state is considered to be a self-contained probabilistic precisely each state of the HHMM is itself an HHMM. HHMMs and HMMs are useful in many fields, including pattern recognition.Applied Hierarchical Modeling in Ecology: Distribution, Abundance, Species Richness.

offers a new synthesis of the state-of-the-art of hierarchical models for plant and animal distribution, abundance, and community characteristics such as species richness using data collected in metapopulation designs. These types of data are extremely widespread in ecology and its applications in such areas.