Haibei Jiang

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High costs and extreme risks prevent the life testing of NASA hardware in relevant scenarios. These inherent limitations prevent the determination of sound reliability bounds for NASA hardware, thus it is unclear the true risk assumed in future missions. The simulation infrastructure for determining these risks is developed in a configurable format here.(More)
Identifying biomarker genes and characterizing interaction pathways with high-dimensional and low-sample size microarray data is a major challenge in computational biology. In this field, the construction of protein-protein interaction (PPI) networks using disease-related selected genes has garnered much attention. Support vector machines (SVMs) are(More)
BioSim is a simulation tool which captures many basic life support functions in an integrated simulation. Conventional analyses can not efficiently consider all possible life support system configurations. Heuristic approaches are a possible alternative. In an effort to demonstrate efficacy, a validating experiment is designed to compare the configurational(More)
An increasing awareness of life support system reliability has been noticed in the aerospace community as long term space missions become realistic objectives. However, system reliability requirements are subject to many constraints, particularly the mission cost. This paper presents a coupled analysis of cost and reliability for optimal exploration life(More)
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