The Derivative as a Probabilistic Synthesis of Past and Future Data and Remaining Useful Life Prediction
The concept of remaining useful life (RUL) is crucial when dealing with mechanical systems. RUL is taken into account in a system through a series of prognostics and the study of stability in a related data series. This paper is focused on a powerful optimal technique in prognosis coming from the Grünwald–Letnikov definition of derivative.
KeywordsGrünwald–Letnikov derivative Probability Forecasting
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