Learning to enhance reliability of electronic systems through effective modeling and risk assessment

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Abstract

Now that electronic components have demonstrated high reliability, attention has centered upon enhancing the reliability of electronic systems. We introduce a modeling framework to support decision-making during electronic systems design with a view to enhancing operational reliability. We differentiate our work from those models that seek only to provide reliability predictions. Our premise is that modeling can be used to give a better understanding of the impact of engineering decisions on those factors affecting reliability. Through modeling, the decision-maker is encouraged to reflect upon the consequences of actions to learn how a design might be enhanced. The model formulation and data management processes are described for an assumed evolutionary design process. Bayesian approaches are used to combine data types and sources. Exploratory data analysis identifies those factors affecting operational reliability. Expert knowledge is elicited to assess how these factors might impact upon proposed designs. Statistical inference procedures are used to support an assessment of risks associated with design decisions. Applications to the design of electronic systems for aircraft illustrate the usefulness of the model. On-going research is being conducted to fully evaluate the proposed approach.
LanguageEnglish
Pages358-363
Number of pages5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 6 Aug 2000
EventAnnual reliability and maintainability symposium - 2000 proceedings -
Duration: 1 Jan 1900 → …

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ConferenceAnnual reliability and maintainability symposium - 2000 proceedings
Period1/01/00 → …

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Risk assessment
Information management
Decision making
Systems analysis
Aircraft

Keywords

  • reliability model
  • Bayes method
  • data analysis
  • expert opinion
  • aerospace
  • electronic equipment

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Walls, L. A., Quigley, J. L., & IEST (2000). Learning to enhance reliability of electronic systems through effective modeling and risk assessment. 358-363. Paper presented at Annual reliability and maintainability symposium - 2000 proceedings, . https://doi.org/10.1109/RAMS.2000.816334
Walls, L.A. ; Quigley, J.L. ; IEST. / Learning to enhance reliability of electronic systems through effective modeling and risk assessment. Paper presented at Annual reliability and maintainability symposium - 2000 proceedings, .5 p.
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Walls, LA, Quigley, JL & IEST 2000, 'Learning to enhance reliability of electronic systems through effective modeling and risk assessment' Paper presented at Annual reliability and maintainability symposium - 2000 proceedings, 1/01/00, pp. 358-363. https://doi.org/10.1109/RAMS.2000.816334

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