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Volume 15 - 2019

No.1 January 2019
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Short Communications
In this section, we would like to publish original short communications from authors, not exceeding 1-3 pages. The objective is to disseminate the technical idea of the originator without losing time. The IJPE Short Communications provides researchers with a venue where they can share their most current results and developments in the shortest possible time. The short communications, like regular papers in the IJPE, will be reviewed by expert reviewers and evaluated by the editor. But unlike regular papers, the communications will be published within three months of their submission. Contributions from all constituent areas of performability engineering ( refer to Scope of the Journal ) are welcomed. Please refer to Guidelines for Short Communications for the procedure of preparing and submitting the short communications.
# Paper Title Author
1 SC01 - Steady-State Availability and MTBF of Systems Subjected to Suspended Animation
Suprasad V. Amari
2 SC02 - A Model for the Probabilistic Assessment of the Performance Quality of Computer-Based Systems
Susan K. Donohue
3 SC03 - Component replacement analysis for electricity transmission and distribution systems with heterogeneous assets subject to annual budget constraints
Jose F. Espiritu and David W. Coit
4 SC04 - Information Security from Survivability Assessment Perspective
Li Bai, Saroj Biswas, and Henry Sendaula
5 SC05 - Approximation of Mean Time Between Failures with Maintenance
Wendai Wang, Michael Dell'Anno and Carl Zeh
6 SC06 - Availability Analysis of Multi-tiered Web Applications
Jijun Lu and Swapna S. Gokhale
7 SC07 - A Game Theoretical View of Byzantine Fault Tolerance Design
Wenbing Zhao
8 SC08 - Using Gaussian Approximation for the Performance Evaluation in Optical DPSK Systems
Qun Zhang and Han-Way Huang
9 SC09 - Handling Functional Dependence without Using Markov Models
Liudong Xing
10 SC10 - Performance Comparison for APRZ on Strongly and Weakly Managed Dispersion Maps for 40 Gb/s WDM Transmission
Abhijeet Shirgurkar, Qun Zhang, and M. I. Hayee
11 SC11 - Reliability Assessment Using a Likelihood Ratio Test
Huairui Guo and Adam Mettas
12 SC12 - A Simple Discrete Reliability Growth Model and its Application in Project Selection
Rong Pan
13 SC13 - Optimizing Sensor Count in Layered Wireless Sensor Networks
Ankit Parikh, Hemant Joshi, Liudong Xing, Vinod M. Vokkarane, and Hong Liu
14 SC14 - Parametric Uncertainty Analysis of Complex System Reliability
Peng Wang and Tongdan Jin
15 SC15 - A Boolean System for Biochemical Data Analysis
Mitchell O. Locks
16 SC16 - The Reliability Mathematical Model of Load-sharing Parallel Systems based on Fatigue Cumulative Damage
Guang-bo Hao and Li-yang Xie
17 SC17 - Evaluating Network Robustness based on Failure Event Possibility
Lewis Warren
18 SC18 - Reliability Analysis for Multiple Dependent Failure Processes: An MEMS Application
Qianmei Feng and David W. Coit
19 SC19 - Reliability Allocation for Improving the Robustness of an Engineering System
Haitao Liao
20 SC20 - A Performability Framework for System Analyses
Meng-Lai Yin
21 SC21 - A Simple New Demerit System
Justin R. Chimka and Qin Hong
22 SC22 - A Performability Aspect of Tandem CRCs' Undetected Burst Errors
Meng-Lai Yin
23 SC23 - Reed-Solomon Code based Green & Survivable Communications Using Selective Encryption
Honggang Wang, Liudong Xing, and Howard E. Michel
24 SC24 - A New Insight into k-out-of-n Warm Standby Model
Suprasad V. Amari
25 SC25 - Quality and Replication of Microarray Studies
Jing Wu, Qin Hong and Justin R. Chimka
26 SC26 - Recovering Lagging Replicas in a Fault Tolerant System
Hua Chai and Wenbing Zhao
27 SC27 - Invariants in Hierarchical-System Optimization for Reliability and Series MTBF
Meng-Lai Yin and John Angus
28 SC28 - A Diversity Monitor with Known Errors for Process Variability Observed in Categorical Data
Justin R. Chimka, Qin Hong, and Lakshmi Jetty
29 SC29 - Reliability Analysis of k-out-of-n Systems with Phased-Mission Requirements
Suprasad V. Amari and Liudong Xing
30 SC30 - Reliability of Wireless Sensor Networks with Tree Topology
Chaonan Wang, Liudong Xing, Vinod Vokkarane and Yan Sun
31 SC31 - Definition of Multi-State Weighted k-out-of-n: F System
Yi Ding1, Enrico Zio, Yanfu Li, Cheng Lin, and Qiuwei Wu
32 SC32 - A Novel Importance Measure for External Factors Based on System Performance
Shubin Si, Hongyan Dui, Zhiqiang Cai and Shudong Sun
33 SC33 - Reliability Model of Tracking, Telemetry, Command and Communication Systems using Markov Approach
Hua Yan and Xiao-Yue Wu
34 SC34 - A Theoretically Appropriate Poisson Process Monitor
Ryan Black and Justice R. Chimka
35 SC35 - An Algorithm for Obtaining the Prior Information of Bounded Sampling
Shuangwei Xu and Xiao-Yue Wu
36 SC36 - Optimal Design for Accelerated Life Testing with Simple Step-Stress Plans
Scott Hunt and Xiaojian Xu
37 SC37 - Software Reliability Analysis Considering Multiple Releases
Qingpei Hu, Rui Peng, Gregory Levitin
38 SC38 - Performance Evaluation of Node Eviction Schemes in Inter-Vehicle Communication
Ikechukwu Azogu and Hong Liu
39 SC39 - Reliability of 1-out-of-(n+1) Warm Standby Systems Subject to Fault Level Coverage
Rui Peng, Qingqing Zhai, Liudong Xing and Jun Yang
40 SC40 - An Alternative Standardization of the Logistic Distribution based on Entropy
Lambert Pierrat And Samuel Kotz
41 SC41 - Reliability of Circular Consecutively Connected Systems
Jin Qin and Jun Yang, Yanwu Guo, Le Li, and Rui Peng
42 SC44 - Use of Minimax Probability Machine Regression for Modelling of Settlement of Shallow Foundations on Cohesionless Soil
Pijush Samui
43 SC45 - Multi-Performance Optimization for MAS Based Grid Computing
Shengji Yu, Yanping Xiang, Zongyi Xu, Sa Meng, and Qiang Li
44 SC46 - Bearing Remaining Useful Life Prediction Based on an Improved Back Propagation Neural Network
Xinghui Zhang, Lei Xiao, And Jianshe Kang
45 SC47 - Control Charts with Runs Rules for Poisson Process Data
Justin R Chimka and Heng Du
46 SC49 - Enhancing Reliability in Backbone Assisted Wireless Sensor Networks
47 SC50 - A Simple Analytic Approximation for Entropy of Student-t Distribution and its Relation with Normal Distribution
In Progress
# Paper Title Author
1 SC48 - An Inspection Optimization Model Based on a Three-Stage Failure Process
Ruifeng Yang, Fei Zhao, Jianshe Kang and Xinghui Zhang
2 SC52 - Joint Lot-size and Preventive Maintenance Optimization for a Production System
Xuejuan Liu, Wenbin Wang, Fei Zhao, and Rui Peng
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