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MIL-HDBK-472 24 May 1966 TABLE OF CONTENTS Page INTRODUCTION The Need for Maintainability Prediction J Definition of Maintainability 3 Basic Assumptions and Interpretations 2 Elements of Maintainability Prediction Techniques -Summary MAINTAINABILITY PREDICTION PROCEDURES PROCEDURE I 1-1 SECTION 1.0 GENERAL J"1 1.1 Philosophy, Assumptions and Summary 1-1 1.2 Applicability i_2 1.3 Point of Application 1-2 1.4 Basic Parameters of Measure I-2 1.5 Information Required 1-2 1.6 Data Basis 1-3 1.7 Correlation Between Predicted and Observed Values 1-4 SECTION 2.0 ANALYTIC FOUNDATION l"4 2.1 Structure of Time Elements in "Fix" of Malfunction 1-4 2.2 Elemental Activities 1-12 2. 2.1 Assumptions Relating to Elemental Activities 1-14 2.2.2 Major Characteristics of Elemental Activities 1-14 2.3 Synthesis of Time Distributions 2. 3.1 Modes for Synthesizing Distributions of Time 1-16 2. 3.2 Cumulative Time Distributions and the Monte Carlo 1-1" Method SECTION 3.0 APPLICATION l"19 3.1 Preliminary Procedure 3.2 Steps of the Prediction Procedure 1-19 iv

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