2005 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to analytical techniques for modeling the reliability of software and systems.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Reliability engineering, Software quality, Software reliability testing, Software metric and Reliability theory. Hoang Pham frequently studies issues relating to Reliability and Reliability engineering. His research in the fields of Software reliability model overlaps with other disciplines such as Warranty.
His Software reliability testing research focuses on Avionics software and how it connects with Software fault tolerance. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Software sizing and Stress testing. His studies deal with areas such as Econometrics, Pattern recognition, Random variable and Degradation as well as Reliability theory.
Hoang Pham mostly deals with Reliability engineering, Reliability, Software quality, Software and Software reliability testing. His Reliability engineering research includes themes of Reliability theory and Software system. Hoang Pham studied Reliability and Process that intersect with Mathematical optimization.
He interconnects Software fault tolerance, Debugging, Software development process and Fault detection and isolation in the investigation of issues within Software quality. The study incorporates disciplines such as Test data, Software deployment and Simulation in addition to Software. Hoang Pham combines subjects such as Software performance testing, Software sizing and Software metric with his study of Software reliability testing.
Hoang Pham mainly investigates Reliability engineering, Software quality, Reliability, Software and Operations research. He studies Reliability engineering, namely Optimal maintenance. His study in Software quality is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Software system, Tukey's range test and Fault detection and isolation.
His Reliability research incorporates themes from Hardware software, Markov process, Function and Component. His Software reliability testing and Software release life cycle study in the realm of Software connects with subjects such as Noise. While the research belongs to areas of Operations research, Hoang Pham spends his time largely on the problem of State, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Theory of computation.
His primary scientific interests are in Reliability engineering, Software quality, Reliability, Software and Software reliability testing. The various areas that Hoang Pham examines in his Reliability engineering study include Programmer, Dependency, Resource, Debugging and Product. His Reliability study incorporates themes from Software development and Operations research.
In general Software, his work in Software maintenance is often linked to Operating environment linking many areas of study. The concepts of his Software reliability testing study are interwoven with issues in Distributed computing, Software verification, Software sizing and Fault detection and isolation. The Fault detection and isolation study combines topics in areas such as Software verification and validation, Programming complexity, N-version programming and Software construction.
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System Software Reliability
Handbook of reliability engineering
Maintenance for Industrial Systems
Riccardo Manzini;Alberto Regattieri;Hoang Pham;Emilio Ferrari.
Reliability and Optimal Maintenance
Hoang Pham;Hongzhou Wang.
A general imperfect-software-debugging model with S-shaped fault-detection rate
Hoang Pham;L. Nordmann;Zuemei Zhang.
IEEE Transactions on Reliability (1999)
Software Reliability Assessment with OR Applications
P. K. Kapur;Hoang Pham;A. Gupta;P. C. Jha.
Reliability modeling of multi-state degraded systems with multi-competing failures and random shocks
Wenjian Li;Hoang Pham.
IEEE Transactions on Reliability (2005)
NHPP software reliability and cost models with testing coverage
Hoang Pham;Xuemei Zhang.
European Journal of Operational Research (2003)
On Recent Generalizations of the Weibull Distribution
Hoang Pham;Chin-Diew Lai.
IEEE Transactions on Reliability (2007)
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