Diversity Assessment of Nuclear Power Plants Instrumentation and Control Systems
An approach to analysis of multiversion I&C systems which bases on theoretic-set model of defects is proposed. Metrics for evaluation of diversity are proposed and analyzed.
KeywordsNuclear Power Plant Field Programmable Gate Array Nuclear Power Station Software Reliability Radiation Safety
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