Distributed Consistency-Based Diagnosis without Behavior

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Gianfranco Lamperti Marina Zanella

Abstract

This paper faces the task of distributed diagnosis without exploiting any component behavioral model. A diagnosis problem is specified by an observation that just states whether each system output is either correct or incorrect. The system is split into parts, and a distinct diagnoser, which is supplied with knowledge that has been compiled off-line and is capable of communicating with its neighbors, is assigned to each of them. A family of methods is proposed to compute local and global minimal diagnoses that are consistent with both the observation and the system description, the latter being a kind of control flow structure.

How to Cite

Lamperti , G. ., & Zanella, . M. . (2010). Distributed Consistency-Based Diagnosis without Behavior. Annual Conference of the PHM Society, 2(2). https://doi.org/10.36001/phmconf.2010.v2i1.1950
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Keywords

consistency-based diagnosis, distributed diagnosis

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Technical Papers