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5G Enabled Fault Detection and Diagnostics: How Do We Achieve Efficiency?
The 5th-generation wireless networks (5G) technologies and mobile edge computing (MEC) provide great promises of enabling new capabilities for the industrial Internet of Things. However, the solutions enabled by the 5G ultra-reliable low-latency communication (URLLC) paradigm come with challenges, where URLLC alone does not necessarily guarantee the efficient execution of time-critical fault detection and diagnostics (FDD) applications. Based on the Tennessee Eastman Process model, we proposedoi:10.48550/arxiv.2202.07521 fatcat:7clx7ol6pfc5heup4jgojcokbq