Integrating Software into PRA: A Test-Based Approach
Probabilistic Risk Assessment (PRA) is a methodology to assess the probability of failure or success of a system’s operation. Results provided by the risk assessment methodology can be used to make decisions concerning choice of upgrades, scheduling of maintenance, improvement to the design, etc .
KeywordsFailure Mode Fault Tree Software Function Input Tree Probabilistic Risk Assessment
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