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Extension of Common Measures of Importance for Dynamic and Dependent Tree Theory (D2T2 )

Lunt, Sally; Andrews, John

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Authors

Sally Lunt

JOHN ANDREWS john.andrews@nottingham.ac.uk
Professor of Infrastructure Asset Management



Abstract

Traditional Fault Tree Analysis (FTA), known as Kinetic Tree Theory (KTT), was derived by Vesely [1] to model and analyse engineering systems. The tree structure provides a clear visual representation of the causes of system failure in terms of component and software failures and human errors. FTA has 2 stages, qualitative analysis in which the minimal cut sets are identified and quantitative analysis in which the system unavailability, system failure frequency and measures of importance are calculated

Citation

Lunt, S., & Andrews, J. (2023, April). Extension of Common Measures of Importance for Dynamic and Dependent Tree Theory (D2T2 ). Presented at 62nd ESReDA Seminar, University of Twente, the Netherlands

Presentation Conference Type Other
Conference Name 62nd ESReDA Seminar
Start Date Apr 12, 2023
End Date Apr 13, 2023
Deposit Date May 15, 2023
Publicly Available Date May 15, 2023
Public URL https://nottingham-repository.worktribe.com/output/20818565
Related Public URLs https://www.esreda.org/event/62nd-esreda-seminar-april-12th-13rd-2023-university-of-twente-the-netherlands-2/

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