• Engineering
  • Published 2010

AN APPLICATION EXAMPLE OF A MULTIASPECT DIAGNOSTIC MODEL

@inproceedings{Skupnik2010ANAE,
  title={AN APPLICATION EXAMPLE OF A MULTIASPECT DIAGNOSTIC MODEL},
  author={Damian Skupnik},
  year={2010}
}
Summary The paper shows an application example of a multiaspect diagnostic model, i.e. a special kind of a model that consists of at least two submodels which are applied together but they can be identified separately most often by means of the different methods and criteria. In the presented example each submodel concerns the one in five predefined aspects (viewpoints). The example concerns a technical object which makes possible diagnostics of the continuous processes and exemplifies a… CONTINUE READING

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