Alternative Reliability Prognosis Models for Automotive Components
The increasing portion of highly integrated and networked systems in motor vehicles makes it ever more important to conduct safety and reliability analyses as early as possible. Basis of the quantitative risk assessment are the safety and reliability characteristics.
KeywordsFailure Probability Failure Model Electronic Control Unit Guarantee Period Automotive Component
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