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IEEE 1413-2010

IEEE Standard Framework for Reliability Prediction of Hardware

The framework for the reliability prediction for electronic hardware is covered in this standard. This standard identifies required elements for an understandable and credible reliability prediction with information to evaluate the effective use of the prediction results. A reliability prediction generated according to this standard shall have sufficient information concerning inputs, assumptions, data sources, methodology(ies), and uncertainties so that the risk associated with using the prediction results can be considered. This document does not provide instructions for how to perform reliability prediction and does not judge methodologies.

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RS/SC - IEEE Reliability
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Working Group Details

IEEE Reliability Society
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Sponsor Committee
RS/SC - IEEE Reliability
Working Group
1413_WG - Reliability Prediction Working Group
IEEE Program Manager
Christy Bahn
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Working Group Chair
Diganta Das

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Standard Framework for Reliability Prediction of Hardware

This standard provides the framework for performing and reporting reliability predictions. It applies to hardware products including electronic, electrical, and mechanical devices and assemblies.

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Guide for Selecting and Using Reliability Predictions Based on IEEE 1413

Processes and methodologies for conducting reliability predictions for electronic systems and equipment.

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