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Designing high availability systems; design for Six Sigma and classical reliability techniques with practical real-life examples.

9781118551127

Designing high availability systems; design for Six Sigma and classical reliability techniques with practical real-life examples.

Taylor, Zachary and Subramanyam Ranganathan

Wiley

2014

461 pages

$125.00

Hardcover

TA169

Taylor and Ranganathan, electrical engineers for a telecommunications equipment manufacturer describe how to design systems in which high availability is an integral critical design element and differentiator as well as a customer requirement. Such systems might be used in telecommunications, medicine, aerospace, and public safety. Among their topics are initial considerations for reliability design, discrete and continuous random variables, modeling and reliability basics, the Markov analysis of repairable and non-repairable systems, Six Sigma tools for predictive engineering, a case study of updating reliability estimates, and complex high availability system analysis.

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