Book description
Since the emerging discipline of engineering enterprise systems extends traditional systems engineering to develop webs of systems and systemsofsystems, the engineering management and management science communities need new approaches for analyzing and managing risk in engineering enterprise systems. Advanced Risk Analysis in Engineering Enterpri
Table of contents
 Cover
 Half Title
 Title Page
 Copyright Page
 Dedication
 Table of Contents
 Preface
 Acknowledgments
 Authors
 1. Engineering Risk Management
 2. Perspectives on Theories of Systems and Risk
 3. Foundations of Risk and Decision Theory
 4. A Risk Analysis Framework in Engineering Enterprise Systems
 5. An Index to Measure Risk Correlationships
 6. Functional Dependency Network Analysis
 7. A DecisionTheoretic Algorithm for Ranking Risk Criticality
 8. A Model for Measuring Risk in Engineering Enterprise Systems

9. Random Processes and Queuing Theory
 9.1 Introduction
 9.2 Deterministic Process
 9.3 Random Process
 9.4 Markov Process
 9.5 Queuing Theory

9.6 Basic Queuing Models
 9.6.1 SingleServer Model
 9.6.2 Probability of an Empty Queuing System
 9.6.3 Probability That There Are Exactly N Entities Inside the Queuing System
 9.6.4 Mean Number of Entities in the Queuing System
 9.6.5 Mean Number of Waiting Entities
 9.6.6 Average Latency Time of Entities
 9.6.7 Average Time of an Entity Waiting to Be Served
 9.7 Applications to Engineering Systems
 9.8 Summary
 Questions and Exercises

10. Extreme Event Theory
 10.1 Introduction to Extreme and Rare Events
 10.2 Extreme and Rare Events and Engineering Systems
 10.3 Traditional Data Analysis
 10.4 Extreme Value Analysis
 10.5 Extreme Event Probability Distributions
 10.6 Limit Distributions
 10.7 Determining Domain of Attraction Using Inverse Function
 10.8 Determining Domain of Attraction Using Graphical Method
 10.9 Complex Systems and Extreme and Rare Events
 10.10 Summary
 Questions and Exercises
 11. Prioritization Systems in Highly Networked Environments
 12. Risks of Extreme Events in Complex Queuing Systems
 Appendix Bernoulli Utility and the St. Petersburg Paradox
 References
Product information
 Title: Advanced Risk Analysis in Engineering Enterprise Systems
 Author(s):
 Release date: April 2016
 Publisher(s): CRC Press
 ISBN: 9781000755657
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