Differentiating between expanded and fault conditions using principal component analysis

@article{Humberstone2012DifferentiatingBE,
  title={Differentiating between expanded and fault conditions using principal component analysis},
  author={Matt Humberstone and Brian Wood and James Henkel and J. Wesley Hines},
  journal={J. Intelligent Manufacturing},
  year={2012},
  volume={23},
  pages={179-188}
}
An adaptive non-parametric model (ANPM) has been developed for condition monitoring and applications within prognostics. The ANPM has the ability to monitor systems while adapting to expanded conditions. This ability is useful in uncertain systems where the range of the model could be exceeded by the system when under nonfault conditions. Differentiating between expanded and fault conditions is essential to the ANPM. A method for differentiating between expanded and a fault condition for use in… CONTINUE READING
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