A package for constructing and calculating fault trees and event trees.
ftree provides functions for building tree structures as dataframe objects. The fault tree incorporates logic nodes (primarily AND and OR) which process input and may direct output "upwards" through the tree structure. Data is entered through component entries. Component event entries may be active (failures immediately revealed) or dormant (failures remain hidden until activation or inspection). The fault tree may also accept pure probability or pure demand input components. Event trees are a simpler arrangment of initiating event followed by a series of mitigating controls. Each mitigating control has a complimentary hazard state corresponding to failure of the control.
Jacob T. Ormerod
Maintainer: Jacob T. Ormerod <email@example.com>
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