Noureddine Zerhouni

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In this paper, we propose a unitary tool for modeling and analysis of discrete event systems monitoring. Uncertain knowledge of such tasks asks specific reasoning and adapted fuzzy logic modeling and analysis methods. In this context, we propose a new fuzzy Petri net called Fuzzy Reasoning Petri Net: the FRPN. The modeling consists in a set of two(More)
In this paper, we present a new contention access method for scalable wireless sensor networks. In these networks, the traffic levels are often variants, particularly in monitoring applications. Sensors do not regularly have much data to send. However, when an event occurs, every sensor in a given area will send its alert to the access point simultaneously.(More)
In this paper, we describe a CBR approach for failure diagnosis of a pallets transfer. Adaptation phase is the key problem of the case-based reasoning system conception. This paper is a contribution to fill this gap in the equipments diagnostic and repair help. Retrieval step guided by adaptation is proposed, as a result similarity measures associated with(More)
This paper proposes a Recurrent Radial Basis Function network (RRBFN) that can be applied to dynamic monitoring and prognosis. Based on the architecture of the conventional Radial Basis Function networks, the RRBFN have input looped neurons with sigmoid activation functions. These looped-neurons represent the dynamic memory of the RRBF, and the Gaussian(More)
This paper addresses a data-driven prognostics method for the estimation of the Remaining Useful Life (RUL) and the associated confidence value of bearings. The proposed method is based on the utilization of the Wavelet Packet Decomposition (WPD) technique, and the Mixture of Gaussians Hidden Markov Models (MoG-HMM). The method relies on two phases: an(More)
Prognostics activity deals with the estimation of the Remaining Useful Life (RUL) of physical systems based on their current health state and their future operating conditions. RUL estimation can be done by using two main approaches, namely model-based and data-driven approaches. The first approach is based on the utilization of physics of failure models of(More)
Prognostics and Health Management aims at estimating the remaining useful life of a system (RUL), i.e. the remaining time before a failure occurs. It benefits thereby from an increasing interest: prognostic estimates (and related decisionmaking processes) enable increasing availability and safety of industrial equipment while reducing costs. However,(More)
Performances of data-driven prognostics approaches are closely dependent on form, and trend of extracted features. Indeed, features that clearly reflect the machine degradation, should lead to accurate prognostics, which is the global objective of the paper. This paper contributes a new approach for features extraction / selection: the extraction is based(More)