(IJCSIS) International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security,Vol. 9, No. 7, July 2011
Recovery function of Components of Additive Modelof Biometric System Reliability in UML
director Statheros d.o.o.Kaštel Stari, Croatiazoran.email@example.com
IT Section of Police AdministrationMinistry of Interior of Una-sana cantonBihać, Bosnia and Hercegovina firstname.lastname@example.org
professor Faculty of Organisational and Informational scienceVaraždin, Croatiamiroslav.email@example.com
Approaches The development of biometric systems isundoubtedly on the rise in the number and the application areas.Modelling of system reliability and system data analysis afterfailure and the time of re-establishing the operating regime is of crucial importance for users of the system and also for producersof certain components. This paper gives an overview of themathematical model of biometric system function recovery and itsapplication through the UML model.
Keywords- Additive model, Biometric system, reliability,
recovery function, UML, component,
Many models of reliability of biometric systems are applicableonly to specific parts or components of that same system. For more complex considerations must be taken into accountmodels based on Markov processes that consider the reliabilityof the system as a whole, which includes components of thesystem. In this paper the approach to restoring the functions of a biometric system that had failure at some of its components iselaborated. The basic model is an additive model whichassumes a serial dependence between the components  (Xie& Wohlin).UML is also becoming standard in the process of systemdesign so the manufacture of component systems greatly benefits from the UML view. The authors introduce theconcept of UML modelling in the process of restoring functionanalysis of biometric systems. The paper defines the conceptualclass diagram in UML, which provides a framework for analyzing the function recovery of biometric systems.II.
DDITIVE RELIABILITY MODEL
Reliability  as the probability  (number between 0 and 1or 0% and 100%) can be represented as a ratio between thenumber of successful tasks and the total number of tasks in thetime specified for the operation of the system:
nt Rt nt
- assessment of reliability,
- number of successful assignments in time t,
- total number of tasks performed in time t,t - time specified for the operation of thesystem.The value
represents the estimated reliability due to thefact that the number of tasks n(t) is final. Therefore, the actualreliability R(t) is obtained when the number of tasks n(t) tendsto infinity.
(2)R ( t ) = 1 – F ( t ) = P ( T > t ) (3)Where the R ( t ) 1indicates the reliability function. Thus F ( t )can be called non reliability function. Approximate form of thefunction F ( t ), is shown in Figure 1. It is a continuous andmonotonically increasing function:F ( 0 ) = 0F ( t ) →1, when t → ∞Density failure function is marked with F( t ), and from probability theory we know that:
R ( t ) is function of reliability