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identifying the nature or cause of some phenomenon

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In this paper, we propose an improved DBSCAN, and build a fault diagnosis machine of BW by combining the improved DBSCAN with ANN.
Support vector machine in machine condition monitoring and fault diagnosis.
Two different tests were presented, one for real time fault detection and one for fault diagnosis.
The main objective of this work is to carry out the fault diagnosis at two levels (Fig.
Both the accuracy of fault detection and fault diagnosis of the PCA-SVM-based AFDD strategy are better than that without PCA.
Although the fundamental concepts of the various Intelligent Fault Diagnosis Systems are generally similar, but several variations of these approaches are used for diagnosing the faults in the various complex industrial systems.
16) Van Tung Tran, Bo-Suk Yang, Myung-Suck Oh & Andy Chit Chiow Tan (2009), Fault diagnosis of induction motor based on decision trees and adaptive neurofuzzy inference Expert Systems with Applications, 36(2), 1840-1849.
Keywords: Fault diagnosis, errors in testing, reconfigurable arrays, switching network, test quality.
The two companies will carry out research on fault diagnosis technology and the development and transfer of maintenance techniques for ever-advancing new technologies, research on environmental response technology and compilation of market quality information, the automaker said.
According to the company, it features the well-established Harris tuck-and-fold pre-compression box, new energy-efficient hydraulics, touch-screen-based control, fault diagnosis and a performance monitoring system.
Overlay data collection, data analysis, and workflow on top of manufacturing rules, and you have a software system that can predict out-of-tolerance conditions and failures, perform capacity planning dynamically, smooth material flow and machining operations, provide fault diagnosis, and perform automated startup, shutdown, and recovery procedures, to name a few expert-needed applications.
Coverage of application areas includes decision support, process and system control, vision or pattern recognition, fault diagnosis, Internet tools, robotics and time series prediction.
Improvements to the COREC which now includes fault diagnosis and photocell control.
Rolf Isermann, chair of the Institute of Automatic Control at Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany, says that when combined with each other and conventional control strategies, these technologies can enable sophisticated control, modeling, simulation and fault diagnosis of complex nonlinear systems such as heat exchangers, combustion and engineering processes.
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