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Optimization of Indices of Reliability of Information System

Student: Kazym Aslanov

Supervisor: Yulia Grishunina

Faculty: HSE Tikhonov Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics (MIEM HSE)

Educational Programme: Information Systems and Technology (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2016

Optimum strategy of control of an information system very important for accurate and smooth operation of informational system. This strategy is necessary to have quite reliable and long-lasting system. This strategy allows to solve a debugging problem in system and possibility of their preventing and to cut down expenses on process of debugging of system. In the future of research of process of optimization of information systems with the set indices of reliability will allow the companies to use systems from bigger working capacity and reliability. The main aim of this work - to optimize the maintenance of the information system by the given criteria of reliability . Key words: failures, indices, software, hardware, semi-Markov process, restoration, malfunction, analytical model.

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