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Many network applications are based on binary-state networks, where each component has one of two states: success or failure. Efficient algorithms to evaluate binary-state network reliability are continually being developed. Reliability estimates the probability of the success state and is an effective and popular evaluation technique for binary-state networks. Binary-addition tree (BAT) algorithms are frequently used to calculate the efficiency and reliability of binary-state networks. In thisarXiv:2011.14832v1 fatcat:e7lfjacxkfgv5kyc5274julxvi