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TOC Alert for Publication# 24 2018April 19<![CDATA[Table of Contents]]>671C1192<![CDATA[IEEE Transactions on Reliability publication information]]>671C2C2117<![CDATA[Guest Editorial: Special Section on Reliability, Resilience, and Prognostics Modeling of Complex Engineering Systems]]>6712228<![CDATA[A Method to Improve the Robustness of Gas Turbine Gas-Path Fault Diagnosis Against Sensor Faults]]>671312873<![CDATA[Evaluation of Reliability Function and Mean Residual Life for Degrading Systems Subject to Condition Monitoring and Random Failure]]>6711325734<![CDATA[Evaluating Reliability/Survivability of Capacitated Wireless Networks]]>6712640915<![CDATA[Nonparametric-Condition-Based Remaining Useful Life Prediction Incorporating External Factors]]>6714152565<![CDATA[Enabling Resilience of Complex Engineered Systems Using Control Theory]]>67153651175<![CDATA[Robustness of Subset Simulation to Functional Forms of Limit State Functions in System Reliability Analysis: Revisiting and Improvement]]>67166781998<![CDATA[Reliable Control of Discrete-Time Piecewise-Affine Time-Delay Systems via Output Feedback]]>∞ static output feedback (SOF) control for uncertain discrete-time piecewise-affine (PWA) systems with time-delay and actuator failure in a singular system setup. The Markov chain is applied to describe the actuator faults behaviors. In particular, by utilizing a system augmentation approach, the conventional closed-loop system is converted into a singular PWA system. By constructing a mode-dependent piecewise Lyapunov-Krasovskii functional, a new H_{∞} performance analysis criterion is then presented, where a novel summation inequality and S-procedure are succeedingly employed. Subsequently, thanks to the special structure of the singular system formulation, the PWA SOF controller design is proposed via a convex program. Illustrative examples are finally given to show the efficacy and less conservatism of the presented approach.]]>6717991508<![CDATA[Exact Confidence Limits for the Acceleration Factor Under Constant-Stress Partially Accelerated Life Tests With Type-I Censoring]]>67192104534<![CDATA[Posterior Properties of the Nakagami-m Distribution Using Noninformative Priors and Applications in Reliability]]>671105117686<![CDATA[A New Analytical Approach for Interval Availability Analysis of Markov Repairable Systems]]>671118128671<![CDATA[Skew-Heavy-Tailed Degradation Models: An Application to Train Wheel Degradation]]>6711291411099<![CDATA[Accelerated Degradation Tests Planning With Competing Failure Modes]]>671142155702<![CDATA[Joint Optimization of Jobs Sequence and Inspection Policy for a Single System With Two-Stage Failure Process]]>671156169508<![CDATA[Prior Robustness for Bayesian Implementation of the Fault Tree Analysis]]>6711701831324<![CDATA[Degradation Modeling and Prediction of Ink Fading and Diffusion of Printed Images]]>671184195863<![CDATA[Minimizing Development Cost With Reliability Goal for Automotive Functional Safety During Design Phase]]>671196211880<![CDATA[Anomaly Detection Techniques Based on Kappa-Pruned Ensembles]]>6712122291001<![CDATA[Failure Mode and Effects Analysis by Using the House of Reliability-Based Rough VIKOR Approach]]>6712302481949<![CDATA[A Compiler Technique for Processor-Wide Protection From Soft Errors in Multithreaded Environments]]>6712492632129<![CDATA[Fast Built-In Redundancy Analysis Based on Sequential Spare Line Allocation]]>6712642731659<![CDATA[A Shock-Based Model for the Reliability of Three-State Networks]]>1 and a down state T. Several stochastic orderings and dependence properties regarding T_{1} and T are provided. The results are also explored for the special case when the shocks appear according to a nonhomogeneous pure birth process under different conditions.]]>671274284329<![CDATA[The Relationship Between $g$ -Restricted Connectivity and $g$-Good-Neighbor Fault Diagnosability of General Regular Networks]]>6712852961119<![CDATA[An $O({log}_2(N))$ Algorithm for Reliability Evaluation of $h$-Extra Edge-Connectivity of Folded Hypercubes]]>h(G), is the minimum cardinality of set of faulty links, such that whose removal will disconnect the network with all its resulting components having at least h processors for h ≤ N/2. It gives a more refined quantitative analysis of indicators of the robustness of a multiprocessor system in the presence of failing links. The n-dimensional folded hypercube FQ_{n}, as one of potential interconnected networks, is a well-known variation of the hypercube structure with N = 2^{n} processors. In this paper, the h-extra edge-connectivity of the network FQ_{n}, λ_{h}(FQ_{n}), is first investigated for each well-defined positive integer h ≤ N/2. We divide the interval 1 ≤ h ≤ N/2 into some subintervals and obtain some properties of λ_{h}(FQ_{n}) in these subintervals. Then, we deduce a recursive relation of λh(F Qn). Based on this recursion, an efficient O(log_{2} (N)) algorithm is designed to totally determine the exact values and λ_{h}-optimality of λ_{h}(FQ_{n}) for each h ≤ N/2.]]>6712973071012<![CDATA[Fast Algorithm for Searching $d$ -MPs for all Possible $d$]]>671308315616<![CDATA[An Integrated Prognostics Method for Failure Time Prediction of Gears Subject to the Surface Wear Failure Mode]]>671316327810<![CDATA[A Collaborative Learning Framework for Estimating Many Individualized Regression Models in a Heterogeneous Population]]>671328341878<![CDATA[Mission Abort Policy in Heterogeneous Nonrepairable 1-Out-of-N Warm Standby Systems]]>671342354998<![CDATA[MalPat: Mining Patterns of Malicious and Benign Android Apps via Permission-Related APIs]]>6713553692281<![CDATA[Detection of Driver Vigilance Level Using EEG Signals and Driving Contexts]]>671370380958<![CDATA[A Fortification Model for Decentralized Supply Systems and Its Solution Algorithms]]>6713814001070<![CDATA[Optimal Inspection and Replacement Policies for Multi-Unit Systems Subject to Degradation]]>6714014131067<![CDATA[18th IEEE International Conference on Software Quality, Reliability, and Security (QRS 2018) and 4th International Symposium on System and Software Reliability (ISSSR 2018)]]>671414414738<![CDATA[IEEE Transactions on Reliability institutional listings]]>671C3C32541<![CDATA[IEEE Transactions on Reliability institutional listings]]>671C4C4763