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Comments on An Efficient Method based on Self-Generating Disjoint Minimal Cut-Sets for Evaluating Reliability Measures of Interconnection Networks

Volume 10, Number 7, November 2014 - Paper 9 - pp. 771-774

SUPARNA CHAKRABORTY, SANJAY K. CHATURVEDI and N. K. GOYAL

Reliability Engineering Centre, IIT Kharagpur, Kharagpur-721302 (WB) India

(Received on June 06, 2014, revised September 15, 2014)

Abstract:

The recent paper published in IJPE by Tripathy et al. [1] presented a new method based on self-generating, non-redundant and disjoint cutsets to evaluate the three important reliability measures, viz., two-terminal, all-terminal and k-terminal. Authors claim that their algorithm is much more efficient as it saves the overhead of disjointing process and redundant terms removal than the existing Sum-of-Disjoint-Product (SDP) form based algorithms available in the literature. However, we observe several discrepancies in the results generated by their proposed algorithm on the considered benchmark networks and even on the illustrative example taken to describe the algorithm.

 

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