Profust Reliability Theory
Probability assumption: the system failure behavior is fully characterized in the context of probability measures.
Fuzzy-state assumption: the system success and failure are characterized by fuzzy states. At any time the system can be viewed as being in one of the two fuzzy states to some extent. That is, the meaning of system failure is not defined in a precise way, but in a fuzzy way.
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