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Applicative architecture for embedded distributed technical diagnosis

Abstract : This article presents an applicative architecture based on a solving method for embedded technical diagnosis of complex systems. This architecture is defined in order to provide services enabling the evaluation of the health status of complex systems. Diagnostic services provide information to the maintenance decision support system that leads to reduce the periods of unavailability and determine if their future mission can be carried out. The architecture presented in this paper implements a distributed diagnostic function using multi-agent techniques. A consistency model-based diagnosis is proposed that leads to the identification of the faulty LRUs and the failed functions of complex systems.
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Mickaël Diévart, Philippe Charbonnaud, Xavier Desforges. Applicative architecture for embedded distributed technical diagnosis. 7th Worshop on Advanced Control and Diagnosis (ACD'2009), Nov 2009, Zielona Gora, Poland. pp. 1-6. ⟨hal-01068296⟩

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