中村 太信

Nakamura Taishin

  • 助教
  • 学位:博士(工学)

基本情報

所属

  • Undergraduate School of Information Science and Technology / Department of Applied Computer Engineering

詳細情報

研究キーワード

  • Reliability engineering
  • Operations research

研究分野

  • Social infrastructure (civil Engineering, architecture, disaster prevention) Safety engineering
  • Social infrastructure (civil Engineering, architecture, disaster prevention) Social systems engineering

論文

The Optimal Design of Consecutive-k Systems

Proposal of the Algorithm for Solving the Component Assignment Problem in a Linear Consecutive System with Three Failure Modes

Investigating properties of the optimal arrangement in multistate sliding window systems

Branch‐and‐bound‐based algorithm for solving the multi‐type component assignment problem in a consecutive‐$k$‐out‐of‐$n$:F system

Ant Colony Optimization Algorithm with Three Types of Pheromones for the Component Assignment Problem in Linear Consecutive-k-out-of-n:F Systems

Algorithm for Computing the System Signatures of Linear and Circular Connected-(1,2)-or-(2,1)-out-of-(m,n):F Lattice Systems

Evaluation methods for the reliability of a Linear Connected-(1,2)-or-(2,1)-out-of-(m,n):F Lattice System

Reliability of a Toroidal Connected-(r,s)-out-of-(m,n):F Lattice System

System Signatures of Connected-(1,2)-or-(2,1)-out-of-(m,n):F Lattice Systems

Algorithm for Solving the Component Assignment Problem in a Multistate Sliding Window System

Algorithm for Solving Optimal Arrangement Problem in Connected-(r,s)-out-of-(m,n):F Lattice System

講演・口頭発表等

  • Solving the Component Assignment Problems Using Ant Colony Optimization
  • Reliability modeling and optimization of consecutive-k systems
  • Algorithm for Solving Optimal Arrangement Problem in Connected-(r,s)-out-of-(m,n):F Lattice System
  • Proposal of the Algorithm for Solving the Component Assignment Problem in a Linear Consecutive System with Three Failure Modes

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