A Reasoning Architecture for Expert Troubleshooting of Complex Processes
This paper introduces a novel reasoning methodology, in combination with appropriate models and measurements (data) to perform accurately and expeditiously expert troubleshooting for complex military and industrial processes. This automated troubleshooting tool is designed to support the maintainer/ repairman by identifying and locating faulty system components. The enabling technologies build upon a Model Based Reasoning paradigm and a Dynamic Case Based Reasoning method acting as the intelligent database. A case study employs a helicopter Intermediate Gearbox as the application domain to illustrate the efficacy of the approach.
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PHM, Troubleshooting, CBR, MBR, learning, Adaptation, model based reasoning, case based reasoning, dynamic case based reasoning
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