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Proceedings of the International Symposium for Next Generation Infrastructure
An infrastructure system is inherently complex, with layers of both defined and subtle interfaces with other infrastructure systems and human users. High availability is desired, which implies stringent requirements on reliability and safety. Reliability analysis typically starts at component or sub-system level and aggregates through the system functional hierarchy. Because of the system complexity, incorporating occurrences of all possible interactions and scenarios is not always practicaldoi:10.14453/isngi2013.proc.32 fatcat:gqasibbasvetnhrzym2befsphm