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This book covers it all: causes of reliability, measures of reliability, component modeling, system modeling, system analysis, and system optimization. It even has a great primer on distribution systems from a reliability perspective.The great thing about this book is its ability to bridge the gap between theoretical treatment and practical applications. Although it is full of algorithms and equations, all are presented in the context of real applications and real results. It has truly broadened my understanding of of the subject.
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Richard G. Brown is a prominent former mathematics teacher and the author of one of the most famous high-school advanced mathematics text books, Advanced Mathematics: Precalculus With Discrete Mathematics and Data Analysis, first published in 1991. He is the father of best seller (The Da Vinci Code) American author Dan Brown.
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