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Replacing unreliable with reliable communication invalidates existing results for this process theory. ... In Restricted Broadcast Process Theory, which was developed for the specification and verification of MANET protocols, the communication operator is lossy. ... Therefore we introduced the process algebra Reliable Restricted Broadcast Process Theory (RRBPT) in  , to perform model checking of MANET protocols in a setting where communication is reliable. ...arXiv:1705.02600v1 fatcat:rnje4f33xbclfaawy7feleqpma
Remarkable hardware robustness of deep learning is revealed from an error-injection analysis performed using a custom hardware model implementing parallelized restricted Boltzmann machines (RBMs). ... The proposed hardware networks with fine-graded memory distribution are observed to tolerate memory errors, thereby resulting in a reliable deep learning hardware platform, potentially suitable to safety-critical ... The restricted Boltzmann machine (RBM) model is a prominent representative of unsupervised DL algorithms. ...doi:10.1587/nolta.7.395 fatcat:hde3rpci2fbdlpczgahdrh7fze
Justification and Knowledge
places restricts how beliefs can be caused. ... The second statement of reliabilism If S's believing p at t results from a reliable cognitive belief-forming process (or set of processes), then S's belief in p at t is justified. o This theory is too ...doi:10.1007/978-94-009-9493-5_1 fatcat:cdtmo2elgbattpsc7vqws6mgbq
ABSTRACTI argue that Alvin Goldman has failed to save process reliabilism from my critique in earlier work of consequentialist or teleological epistemic theories. ... He proposes a variety of responses, but all of them either feature an implausible restriction on process types, or fail to rule out cases with the sort of structure that generates the worry, or both. ... an already selected process type is reliable, we do so by seeing how reliable it would be if embedded in the actual world (and certain nearby worlds). ...doi:10.1017/epi.2015.3 fatcat:oi7dwm6f7re3dl22qspkefv5ku
The system works reliably when the process x(t) belongs to a given region in R”. The author gives some necessary background information on the theory of random processes in Chapters 1, 2 and 3. ... (Russian) [Random processes in parametric reliability models] “Naukova Dumka’’, Kiev, 1987. 238 pp. 2.40 r. This book is devoted to so-called parametric models of reliability. ...
Then, an excellent level can be achieved according to the theory of vitality. ... A systematic and processional attitude to the maintenance management, as processional technical activities, has to be followed by firms and production companies for their organization processes including ... • Theory of restriction -it shows the ways of searching for the proper spot, ie. ...doaj:36e4b0ec789d4c0d97c46a965977cb17 fatcat:5lejr7wtpfhl3n4xpmsddrbipe
This form of the generality problem is restricted because it applies only to cases of reflective justification. ... not perfectly) reliable way of reasoning, R. ... of the reliability theory. ...doi:10.1007/s11098-009-9445-z fatcat:wvc64g5ayfb7hls26nh7oujlaa
We have applied fuzzy theory to non-statistical and ... We treated these errors as an uncertainty, and have applied fuzzy theory to processing them. ... the following restrictions. ...doi:10.2116/analsci.7.supple_1389 fatcat:pmocpshvufdk5mfkwxcvx3gu5q
It argues moreover that reliabilism should not be defended as a consequentialist theory. ... This paper argues that reliabilism can plausibly live without epistemic consequentialism, either as part of a non-consequentialist normative theory or as a non-normative account of knowledge on a par with ... The account counts only certain highly restricted outputs of processes in the measure of their reliability, which is not what one would expect in a theory analogous to any familiar consequentialism in ...doi:10.1111/phpr.12560 fatcat:fh253vik5vaoddfvzahwq3l7ou
So the formalized description of fault behavior model (FBM) based on polychromatic sets theory was introduced. ... System fault behavior model describes the occurrence and development process of malfunction in product, and analyzes the transmission process of unit malfunction in system and effects of various factors ... The authors would like to thank Professor Kang Rui of the School of Reliability and System Engineering of Beihang University for his technical assistance. ...doi:10.12785/amis/070449 fatcat:w6if6gtevbejxbs6kgrpmm4a2u
This raises a conceptual worry for process reliabilist theories. ... As John Hawthorne (2005) argues, any such restrictions will be hard to motivate. ...doi:10.5840/logos-episteme20123153 fatcat:urdtwokbcjegzc2fxnxglm4a2i
The reliability of programming language could be determined in terms of "Reliable", "Moderate Reliable" and "Not Reliable" based on the possessed reliability criteria of the examined programming language ... Adopting a soft-computing based approach will help model solutions to program reliability utilizing linguistic variables. ... Restricting Aliasing: Aliasing is the process whereby multiple variables are assigned the same memory location or address. ...doi:10.5121/ijcsa.2013.3303 fatcat:aajs5ou7dfa5downp4uh44toim
Starting with some elementary concepts of algebra, logic, and graph theory, the author gradually introduces probabilistic concepts of reliability and some ideas from optimisation theory. ... (Russian) [Systems analysis by operations research and reliability theory methods] Edited by I. N. Kovalenko, Ju. M. Ermol’ev and L. I. Bazan. Akad. Nauk Ukrain. SSR Inst. ...
Counting processes; 8. Markov processes; 9. Reliability of maintained systems; 10. Reliability of safety systems., 11. Life data analysis; 12. Accelerated life testing; 13. ... Semi-Markov processes; 8. Incomplete data; 9. Flowgraph models for queuing systems. System Reliability Theory -Models, Statistical Methods, and Applications. ...doi:10.1090/s0033-569x-05-01006-9 fatcat:2sqv7o4mpzhidjtvlamwnhtw74
We define a class of problems in the theory of Euclidean point processes, motivated by the study of the error exponent (reliability function) for additive noise channels. ... theory. ... INTRODUCTION In this paper we define a class of problems in the theory of Euclidean point processes, motivated by the study of the error exponent (reliability function) for additive noise channels. ...doi:10.1109/isit.2008.4595292 dblp:conf/isit/AnantharamB08 fatcat:sbeqmxjqfrc5tdbpxndbpniiyq
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