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Diagnosis Strategies and Systems: Principles, Fuzzy and Neural Approaches

  • Paul M. Frank
  • Teodor Marcu
Part of the International Series in Intelligent Technologies book series (ISIT, volume 15)

Abstract

Fault tolerance of automatic control systems is gaining increasing importance. This is due to the increasing complexity of modern control systems and the growing demands for quality, cost efficiency, availability, reliability and safety. The use of knowledge based systems and of various“intelligent technologies” demonstrated significant improvements over the classic techniques. In this chapter, we review the state of this development along with the enumeration of some successful applications.

Keywords

Fault Detection Fault Diagnosis Diagnosis System Unknown Input Actuator Fault 
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  • Teodor Marcu

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