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This month we highlight two articles that describe advances in detecting and preventing failures, one in human health and the other for mechanical systems. The first article addresses using chronologically unsynchronized longitudinal data to identify abnormal patterns in human blood pressure. The second article develops models for modeling the reliability of load-sharing systems. These are systems where the load is redistributed among surviving components each time a component fails. These articles will appear in the August 2016 issue of IIE Transactions (Volume 48, No. 8). 

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