Decentralized fault detection and isolation in wireless structural health monitoring systems using analytical redundancy

@article{Smarsly2014DecentralizedFD,
  title={Decentralized fault detection and isolation in wireless structural health monitoring systems using analytical redundancy},
  author={Kay Smarsly and Kincho H. Law},
  journal={Advances in Engineering Software},
  year={2014},
  volume={73},
  pages={1-10}
}
One of the most critical issues when deploying wireless sensor networks for long-term structural health monitoring (SHM) is the correct and reliable operation of sensors. Sensor faults may reduce the quality of monitoring and, if remaining undetected, might cause significant economic loss due to inaccurate or missing sensor data required for structural assessment and life-cycle management of the monitored structure. This paper presents a fully decentralized approach towards autonomous sensor… CONTINUE READING
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