A Review of the 3M Data Base for Fault-Tolerant System Incentives.
Final rept. Jul 77-Dec 78,
CHARLES STARK DRAPER LAB INC CAMBRIDGE MA
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This report covers the second phase of the subject contract, whose first phase was the study of a hierarchical form of a fault-tolerance data communication network. The second phase task involved an examination of the Navys 3-M maintenance material management data base to see if any evidence was readily available or easily extractable to affirm or refute the hypotheses underlying fault-tolerant system design. A large volume of aggregate data was examined for three aircraft types, the E-2C, the P-3C, and the S-3A. Several broad conclusions were reached with respect to the fault-tolerant system design hypotheses. Some observations and interferences are presented to conclude this report. Author
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