### Table 4.4: PLC input assignment

1998

### Table 1. Target measures for the SIL levels of IEC 61508 standard Our PLC works with continuous/high demand mode of operation and its safety function is the correct delivery of the elaborated digital inputs. The PLC fault tolerant architecture and the failure modes of its constituent components, are meant to be compatible with Safety Integrity Level 2, also assuming the worst case of system diagnostic coverage equal to zero.

2000

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### Table 1. Failure Rates for PLC Components

2001

"... In PAGE 5: ...also that the MCS involving DO units have a higher un- reliability than those involving DI units even if the failure rates of the two blocks ( Table1 ) are in reverse order. This is due to the fact that the input section of the channel has more redundancy than its output section.... In PAGE 5: ... The rate assigned to transition be f is the failure rate of the events in class be. Accord- ing to Table1 the events in the same class are assumed to have equal failure rate. However, if this is not the case, the class can be refined into subclasses of events with the same failure rate, and the transition rates defined as a function of the subclasses.... ..."

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### Table 2.- PLC methods

2007

"... In PAGE 3: ... For the conditions without striping, one packet contained two blocks that contained both even and odd data. Table2 shows the combination of striping and packet substitution method examined in the ... In PAGE 4: ...We evaluated the PLC methods shown in Table2 using 5-grade DMOS. We assumed that the redundant sign information packets were not lost and that 10% of the other packets were randomly lost.... ..."

### Table 1 Experimental data.

"... In PAGE 18: ...Experimental results The algorithm has been implemented and tested using the Computational Ge- ometry Algorithms Library CGAL 1 . Results for several models are displayed in Table1 and Figures 9, 10, 11, and 12. Table 1 gives for each model, the number of vertices of the input PLC (nb input vertices), the number of 2-faces to which the Delaunay triangulation of input vertices does not conform (non Delaunay faces), and the number of vertices of the conforming output triangulation (nb output vertices).... In PAGE 18: ... Results for several models are displayed in Table 1 and Figures 9, 10, 11, and 12. Table1 gives for each model, the number of vertices of the input PLC (nb input vertices), the number of 2-faces to which the Delaunay triangulation of input vertices does not conform (non Delaunay faces), and the number of vertices of the conforming output triangulation (nb output vertices). In those examples and in most cases, the number of vertices in the output conform- ing triangulation and the number of input vertices are in a ratio comprised between 3 to 1 and 10 to 1.... ..."

### Table 3: PLC Major Components

### TABLE I PESQ RESULT FOR OFF-LINE ENVIRONTMENT WITH G.711 Original PLC Proposed PLC PLC

2006

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### TABLE III RESULT FOR REAL-TIME ENVIRONMENT WITH G.711 No PLC Proposed PLC PLC

2006

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### TABLE IV RESULT FOR REAL-TIME ENVIRONMENT WITH G.729A Original PLC Proposed PLC PLC

2006

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