Ulrike Gocht

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The paper is devoted to fault diagnosis problems using fuzzy decision making. We investigate dynamic diagnostic systems which can be represented by symptom-fault rule bases. The main question to be answered is what faults produce observable symptoms in the first moments of their appearance. To solve this task we propose to use a set of agents for making(More)
We consider the computation of multistate systems reliabilities in the presence of random set estimations for the elements' working abilities. It turns out that the Dempster-Shafer (DS) approach is a suitable mathematical tool. For the case that the interdependence of the elements is unknown, bounds for the system's performance belief and plausibility(More)
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