Diana

Software package for Reliability analysis

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DIANA is designed to pursue investigation on complex systems reliability at any levels of designing and engineering service. Diana provides good facilities for solving the following problems: A component of a system represents an object which can be in two states: "operability state" and "breakdown state". Reliability work of a lower level component is characterized by settings: Both failure distribution law and repair distribution law can be specified by its distribution law: or by a sample (including censored one).
Repairable component maintenance discipline consists of the list of the components to be repaired in the particular repairing unit: There is a possibility of absolute priority assignment for a component, guarantying urgent component maintenance. Interrupted remedial action component can be put on a general queue depending on its priority or on a separate queue to resume.
The following reliability parameters can be used for optimization: DIANA allows to solve the following design probability problems: DIANA provides the following statistic to estimate reliability of the tested and operated systems: DIANA is designed by JV Dialogue and Operations Research Department's workers.