On-Line Fault Detection Techniques for Technical Systems: A Survey

  title={On-Line Fault Detection Techniques for Technical Systems: A Survey},
  author={Chrissanthi Angeli and Avraam Chatzinikolaou},
On-line fault detection and isolation techniques have been developed for automated processes during the last few years. These methods include numerical methods, artificial intelligence methods or combinations of the two methodologies. This paper includes a reference to recent research work on numerical methods, an extensive presentation of artificial intelligence methods used for the fault detection process in technical systems and relevant survey material. Special reference is made to the on… CONTINUE READING
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