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Quality and Reliability from a Systems Engineering Perspective

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Quality has many dimensions and reliability is the most important quantitative measure of product quality for complex system. Systems level analysis has become more and more difficult because of the rapid development of modern technology and increased complexity of the systems. Many systems are also safety-critical in nature or have a significant impact in our daily life. In this talk we will discuss some of the challenging issues in quality and reliability analysis of complex systems. The lack of time for system testing and the dependence of various components in the system are examples of issues that should be dealt with. System maintenance with various warranty policies are some other issues related to system level decisions. Some possible approaches to address these issues will also be presented.

This talk is part of the DIAL seminars series.

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