Repairable systems may be represented graphically by a transition diagram with one or more transient states
The transient states represent failure modes for which the cost of repair is far below the cost of replacement
As result of the repair, the system can transition back to the operating state
Repairable systems also have one or more absrbing states
The absorbing states represent failure modes for which the cost of repair is equal to or greater than the cost of replacement
When these nonrepairable failure modes occur the system does not transition back to the operating state
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