A hybrid stochastic-deterministic input design method for active fault diagnosis

@article{Scott2013AHS,
  title={A hybrid stochastic-deterministic input design method for active fault diagnosis},
  author={Joseph K. Scott and Giuseppe Roberto Marseglia and Lalo Magni and Richard D. Braatz and Davide Martino Raimondo},
  journal={52nd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control},
  year={2013},
  pages={5656-5661}
}
The problem of designing an input to improve the detectability of faults has been addressed previously using both stochastic and deterministic formulations. This article presents a hybrid approach that provides a worst-case guarantee of diagnosis within a time interval [0,N], while maximizing the probability of diagnosis at some earlier time M <; N. Compared to purely deterministic methods, this strategy reduces the average time required for diagnosis. Moreover, a high probability of diagnosis… CONTINUE READING

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