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Engineers Don't Search [chapter]

Benno Stein
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
However, search still constitutes an indispensable part in computer-based diagnosis and design problem solving-albeit human problem solvers often gets by without: "Engineers don´t search" is my hardly  ...  Diagnosis problem solving by model compilation. It follows the motto: "Spend search in model construction rather than in model processing." 2. Design problem solving by functional abstraction.  ...  Diagnosis Problem Solving by Model Compilation The fault detection performance of a diagnosis system depends on the adequateness of the underlying model.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-25967-1_9 fatcat:q6jhmwllczfadp75ybzgptm4qq

Design of A Multi-agent System for Aero Engine Health Management

Ming Zhao, Jing Wu
2014 Open Automation and Control Systems Journal  
Corresponding to the function of each layer, six agent roles are defined, such as condition monitoring, information fusion, fault diagnosis, task consultation, rules management and human-computer interaction  ...  This paper provides theoretical conception for intelligent monitoring and intelligent fault diagnosis of aero engine, and for further research of multi-agent collaboration on multi-agent system.  ...  Its goal is to reduce the dependence on human examination in period. The prognostics methods consist of model-based, knowledge-based and data-based.  ... 
doi:10.2174/1874444301406011071 fatcat:a3uqfjlq4re6vimahocnhdrp74

Hybrid FDI on Chemical Plants

Ferreiro García Ramón, Xoán C. Pardo Martínez, Vidal Paz Joseé
1998 IFAC Proceedings Volumes  
This paper illustrates an alternative implementation to automatic protection and supervision task using the basic principles of model-based fault-detection and isolation associated to the rule-based FDI  ...  As discrete event and continuous processes operate simultaneously in close cooperation, a strategy to diagnose such hybrid system by means of a structured methodology under SFC description tool on the  ...  In order to perform the isolation fault task for the case A(I), the worst case, a new fault tree analysis by means of a rule-based procedure is presented.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1474-6670(17)37588-2 fatcat:s3cklz2biffxrlhz7ngiqqykza

Alarm initiated activities [chapter]

Neville Stanton
1994 Human Factors in Alarm Design  
A variety of computer-based systems have been produced in an attempt to model human problem solving, but none have provided a wholly satisfactory understanding.  ...  There is a plethora of literature on fault diagnosis, which is probably in part due to the classical psychological research available on problem solving.  ... 
doi:10.1201/9780203481714.ch6 fatcat:fiyv4hqntravtkw5uyt5lq6tvm

Human system interface concerns in support system design

Gunnar Johannsen, John E. Rijnsdorp, Andrew P. Sage
1983 Automatica  
Prospects for enhanced support to the human operator, in problem solving cognitive tasks that involve planning and design as well as physiological tasks that involve controlling, through use of knowledge  ...  human problem solving and knowledge based support systems for systems control.  ...  Tasks such as fault detection, fault diagnosis, fault compensation or managing, and planning are particularly important in 'problem solving'.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0005-1098(83)90023-7 fatcat:i6pmklpgb5gtfmql2izwh6ay7i

Integrating Problem-Solving Methods into CYC

James S. Aitken, Dimitrios Sklavakis
1999 International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence  
Problem-solving methods (PSMs) provide a means to structure search, and can provide tractable solutions to reasoning with a very large knowledge base.  ...  This paper argues that the reuse of domain knowledge must be complemented by the reuse of problem-solving methods.  ...  The views and conclusions contained herein are those of the authors and should not be interpreted as necessarily representing official policies or endorsements, either express or implied, of DARPA, Rome  ... 
dblp:conf/ijcai/AitkenS99 fatcat:ikncjff5nzg37bp7fkpdhdmj7m

Design and Implementation of an Expert Management System for Automobile Fault Detection

ABUBAKAR Dahiru Muhammed, AJIBOLA Aminat. A, MUHAMMAD SANUSI
2019 International Journal of Advances in Scientific Research and Engineering  
Another decision model for car fault diagnosis in which an ES is utilized to help inexperienced mechanics and drivers was proposed and designed.  ...  The second module of the project deals with the design and implementation of an expert system for car faults diagnosis.  ...  Figure 3: Structure of a Rule Base Expert System Model  Knowledge base models a human"s long term memory as asset of rules.  Working memory-models a human"s short term memory and contains problems facts  ... 
doi:10.31695/ijasre.2019.33576 fatcat:zxzhzubrgjb7tepycqobualb2y

Design and Implementation of a Reusable Knowledge Model for Supporting the Network Management Functions

Sameera ABAR, Tetsuo KINOSHITA
2011 Interdisciplinary Information Sciences  
In contrast with other descriptions of expert systems, this method specifies the knowledge needed to solve a problem (through the useful combinations of problem solving tasks and associated sub-tasks for  ...  Chandrasekaran, (1992) spotlighted the knowledge modeling approach in terms of the notion of a "task structure" which recursively links a task to alternative methods and to their sub-tasks.  ...  Acknowledgements This research has been partially supported by the Japan's MEXT ''21st-Century COE (Center Of Excellence) Program [System Construction of Global-Network-Oriented Information Electronics  ... 
doi:10.4036/iis.2011.19 fatcat:44nzg5zbkbex3mtcn2wm2wx2bq

Fault Diagnosis Method of the Construction Machinery Hydraulic System Based on Artificial Intelligence Dynamic Monitoring

Xin Zhou, Xianqing Lei, Sang-Bing Tsai
2021 Mobile Information Systems  
Description of failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA): then, a joint simulation model of the mechanical hydraulic system was established in ADAMS and AMESim, and the fault detection signal of the hydraulic  ...  This paper aims to study the fault diagnosis method of the mechanical hydraulic system based on artificial intelligence dynamic monitoring.  ...  system is to achieve the high-level performance of experts in solving hydraulic diagnosis tasks. e hydraulic fault diagnosis expert system can successfully solve various problems in the hydraulic field  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/1093960 fatcat:pijanquimvhqldbtqtxdoudvni

On Applications of Spiking Neural P Systems

Songhai Fan, Prithwineel Paul, Tianbao Wu, Haina Rong, Gexiang Zhang
2020 Applied Sciences  
In this paper, we give a comprehensive summary of applications of SNPS and its variants, especially highlighting power systems fault diagnoses with fuzzy reasoning SNPS.  ...  Over the years, spiking neural P systems (SNPS) have grown into a popular model in membrane computing because of their diverse range of applications.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app10207011 fatcat:fcclb7qetbhvfiiawet5alob7i

Hybrid Reasoning Model for Strengthening the problem solving capability of Expert Systems

Kapil Khandelwal, Durga Prasad
2013 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
In a decision support system to address the variety of tasks a user performs, a single type of knowledge and reasoning method is often not sufficient.  ...  It learns from each problem solving session by updating its collection of cases, irrespective of which reasoning method that succeeded in solving the problem.  ...  The Figure 7 illustrates that problem solving in "KNAPS-CR" is performed by a combination of model-based, casebased and rule-based reasoning (MBR, CBR and RBR, respectively).  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2013.041014 fatcat:g3junnf7pfau3gkotk4xez372a

Event Tree as a Classification Model

Jelena Djurovic
2015 Science Research  
In this paper event tree model as qualitative support method was used. This is applied to fault tree analysis. Transfer and transformation facts and rules for problem solving were described.  ...  Mechanism of decision making and conclusions was implemented. Faults detection and classification were examined.  ...  Acknowledgment The authors wish to express their gratitude to the Fund of Serbia for financial support.  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.sr.20150303.12 fatcat:ro6bczge65bwfkpo7wsdinmhnq

Integrated Reasoning Approach For Car Faulty Diagnosis

Diana M.L. Wong
2011 Zenodo  
This paper presents an integrated case based and rule based reasoning method for car faulty diagnosis.  ...  The reasoning method is done through extracting the past cases from the Proton Service Center while comparing with the preset rules to deduce a diagnosis/solution to a car service case.  ...  Fadzil, who continuously and convincingly conveyed a spirit of enthusiasm in regard to research and teaching. Without his strong support, this research would not have been possible.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1078978 fatcat:zuuwrjsn5zcdvdvetqk6trlloi

Knowledge Based Approach For Fault Diagnosis In Electronic Circuit Boards

Dattatraya Vishnu Kodavade
2016 International Journal of Control and Automation  
Fault diagnosis in a microprocessor based electronic circuit boards needs lot of empirical knowledge and expertise and is a true artificial intelligence problem.  ...  Performance of object oriented approach and rule based approach is compared and diagnosed faults were validated by industrial experts.  ...  As per literature survey the logical and rule based expert systems are not found to be adequate for complex problem solving tasks with large database.  ... 
doi:10.14257/ijca.2016.9.1.27 fatcat:nhv4mzztyvbonglgivsnfxvs7a

Learning to Troubleshoot: A New Theory-Based Design Architecture

David H. Jonassen, Woei Hung
2006 Educational Psychology Review  
Troubleshooting is a common form of problem solving.  ...  model of the system, and query experienced troubleshooters about what they would do.  ...  Rouse, Rouse, and Pellegrino (1980) developed an expert system rule base for selecting tests when diagnosing three different tasks and compared it with human performance.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10648-006-9001-8 fatcat:ufpninb77vgg7fdmzy3as3i6bu
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