Reliability Modeling with Applications
Co-Organizer: Syouji Nakamura (snakam [at] kinjo-u.ac.jp)
Xufeng Zhao (kyoku [at] aitech.ac.jp)
Reliability and maintenance have been more important for both hardware and software systems from environmental considerations and the protection of natural resources. As a special session of the unique and interesting event, APARM 2014 aims to bring together researchers, scientists and practitioners from Asia-Pacific countries to discuss the state of research and practice in reliability and maintenance and the new challenges in Special Session: Reliability Modeling with Applications, as well as providing a unique opportunity for establishing collaborations among several research groups interested in this research field.
TOPICS OF INTEREST
This special session will cover all the key topics in reliability and maintainability. It will provide an in-depth representation of theory and application in these areas.
- Optimal Replacement Policies
- Optimal (Minimal/General) Repair Policies
- Optimal Inspection/Testing Policies
- Optimal Burn-in Policies
- Optimal Warranty Policies
- Availability, Maintainability and Performability
- Dependability Modeling
- Dependability Optimization
- Fault-Tolerant Computing
- Optimal Checkpoint Placement
- Optimal Rejuvenation Policies
Submission should be made before 28 February 22 March 2014 31 March 2014 using the online submission system.
Prof. Syouji Nakamura
Kinjo Gakuin University
723 Omori 2-chome, Moriyama-ku, Nagoya, Aichi 463-8521, JAPAN
E-mail snakam [at] kinjo-u.ac.jp ( Please transform [at] to @ )