Determination of the impact indicators of electromagnetic interferences on computer information systems
The present article covers an influence of the impact of electromagnetic interferences on computer information systems whose purpose is to control transport supervision systems. The primary objective of transport supervision systems is to detect hazards to human life and health that occur in the process of transport: traveling of people and/or cargos. This process needs to be characterized by a high level of reliability and safety. The measure of the transport safety is the confidence that the elements of a transport process will remain intact during its realization with the exception of those changes that are the result of the natural processes of aging and wear. The railway environment is one of the most difficult environments concerning the provision of electromagnetic compatibility. Those electromagnetic interferences that are intended and not intended being generated in a rail area have an impact on the operation process of a transport supervision system.
KeywordsElectrical engineering Designing system Safe system Intelligent system Servicing process System modeling Expert system Computer sciences Knowledge base Diagnostics information
This work is supported by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education in the years 2010–2012 as a development project.
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