Event Tracking for Real-Time Unaware Sensitivity Analysis (EventTracker)

  title={Event Tracking for Real-Time Unaware Sensitivity Analysis (EventTracker)},
  author={Siamak Tavakoli and Alireza Mousavi and Peter Broomhead},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering},
This paper introduces a platform for online Sensitivity Analysis (SA) that is applicable in large scale real-time data acquisition (DAQ) systems. Here, we use the term real-time in the context of a system that has to respond to externally generated input stimuli within a finite and specified period. Complex industrial systems such as manufacturing, healthcare, transport, and finance require high-quality information on which to base timely responses to events occurring in their volatile… Expand
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