System for Remote Diagnosis Based on Fuzzy Inference
Object of this paper is the development of a non invasive diagnostic system applicable to any appliance. Specifically it is a remote monitoring system, based on local monitoring devices and a centralized expert system which receives the data from remote and processes them to obtain high level diagnostic information. The expert system has an inferential engine based on fuzzy computational methods.
KeywordsFuzzy Logic Feature Space Expert System Fuzzy Reasoning Local Device
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