A Comparison of a Neural Network and an Observer Approach for Detecting Faults in a Benchmark System
The detection of faults is considered for a class of nonlinear systems. A fault detection observer approach is compared to a neural network approach. Both approaches are applied to a an experimental ( benchmark) three-tank system.
KeywordsFault Detection Neural Network Approach Benchmark System Observer Approach Fault Diagnosis System
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