Dynamic Multiple Fault Diagnosis: Mathematical Formulations and Solution Techniques

  title={Dynamic Multiple Fault Diagnosis: Mathematical Formulations and Solution Techniques},
  author={Satnam Singh and Anuradha Kodali and Kihoon Choi and Krishna R. Pattipati and Setu Madhavi Namburu and S. C. Sean and Danil V. Prokhorov and Liu Qiao},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics - Part A: Systems and Humans},
Imperfect test outcomes, due to factors such as unreliable sensors, electromagnetic interference, and environmental conditions, manifest themselves as missed detections and false alarms. This paper develops near-optimal algorithms for dynamic multiple fault diagnosis (DMFD) problems in the presence of imperfect test outcomes. The DMFD problem is to determine the most likely evolution of component states, the one that best explains the observed test outcomes. Here, we discuss four formulations… CONTINUE READING
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