Preventing Failures by Mining Maintenance Logs with Case-based Reasoning

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  title={Preventing Failures by Mining Maintenance Logs with Case-based Reasoning},
  author={Mark Devaney},
  year={2006}
}
The project integrates work in natural language processing, machine learning, and the semantic web, bringing together these diverse disciplines in a novel way to address a real problem. The objective is to extract and categorize machine components and subsystems and their associated failures using a novel approach that combines text analysis, unsupervised text clustering, and domain models. Through industrial partnerships, this project will demonstrate effectiveness of the proposed approach… CONTINUE READING

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