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Annual Reliability and Maintainability Symposium, 2003.
The traditional static fault trees with AND, OR, and Voting gates cannot capture the dynamic behavior of system failure mechanisms such as sequence-dependent events, spares and dynamic redundancy management, and priorities of failure events. Therefore, researchers introduced dynamic gates into fault trees to capture these sequencedependent failure mechanisms. Dynamic fault trees are generally solved using automatic conversion to Markov models; however, this process generates a huge state spacedoi:10.1109/rams.2003.1182018 fatcat:r4vqpou3cbf43ec3yaczk6h76u