Hierarchical Diagnosis in Strong Fault Models

@inproceedings{Stern2014HierarchicalDI,
  title={Hierarchical Diagnosis in Strong Fault Models},
  author={Roni Stern and Meir Kalech and Orel Elimelech},
  year={2014}
}
Cones are a special form of structural abstraction that were shown to be very effective in speeding up model-based diagnosis algorithms. This is achieved by first finding diagnoses to the abstract system, where every component is a cone, and then grounding that abstract diagnosis to be a diagnosis for the original system. Past work, either explicitly or implicitly, assume a weak faultmodel (WFM), where only the proper behavior of the system is specified. This paper addresses the use of cones in… CONTINUE READING

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