REVIEW ARTICLE ON RPGT - A GENERAL APPROACH
In this paper, reliability model for availability analysis is discussed for steady state. The industry is divided into subsystem. Subsystems are either in series or in parallel. The subsystem may fail completely through partial failure. When any subsystem fails then the system is in failed state. The distribution of failure times and repair times are exponential and general. The system is in downstate if any of the fail completely. In this poster, expression for failure, availability, expected number of visitors and busy period of the server are derived under steady state condition using RPGT.
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