A Generalization of Hybrid Fault Diagnosability

@article{Yang1987AGO,
  title={A Generalization of Hybrid Fault Diagnosability},
  author={Che-Liang Yang and Gerald M. Masson},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Computers},
  year={1987},
  volume={C-36},
  pages={1369-1374}
}
A hybrid fault situation in a PMC system is a (bounded) combination of permanently and intermittently faulty units. Mallela and Masson [8] have given a general characterization of PMC systems for the diagnosis of hybrid fault situations. For this so-called th/thi diagnosability, when a syndrome takes on a form that is compatible with an allowable permanent fault situation, diagnosis can always be performed that is correct but perhaps incomplete. However, for general hybrid fault situations… CONTINUE READING

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