The issue of symptoms based diagnostic reasoning
In the paper the influence of the dynamics of the symptoms genesis on the correctness of generated diagnoses was shown. An approach of allowing for those dynamics to be taken into account in the algorithms of parallel and serial diagnostic reasoning was given. Finally, the algorithm of proper reasoning when the information about symptoms times is omitted was presented.
KeywordsFault Detection Diagnostic Signal Single Fault Diagnosis Formulation Diagnostic Reasoning
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