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101-0579-00L  Infrastructure Management 2: Evaluation Tools

SemesterSpring Semester 2019
LecturersB. T. Adey, C. Richmond
Periodicityyearly recurring course
Language of instructionEnglish


AbstractThis course provides an introduction to the tools that can be used to evaluate infrastructure. In particular tools:
- to measure the service being obtained from infrastructure,
- to predict slow changes in infrastructure over time, and
- to predict fast changes in infrastructure over time.
Objectiveto equip students with tools to be used to evaluate infrastructure and the service being provided from infrastructure
ContentIntroduction
Service
Reliability of infrastructure
Availability and maintainability of infrastructure
Mechanistic-empirical models
Regression analysis
Event trees
Fault trees
Markov chains
Neural networks
Bayesian networks
Conclusion
Lecture notesAll necessary materials (e.g. transparencies and hand-outs) will be distributed before class.
LiteratureAppropriate reading material will be assigned when necessary.