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A STRUCTURAL APPROACH FOR THE DESIGN OF FAILURE DETECTION AND IDENTIFICATION SYSTEMS

Abstract : this paper presents a structural approach for the study of the monitoring ability on large scale systems. The structural canonical decomposition, obtained as a result of a structural study based on graph theory, points out the monitorable part of the system and provides a way to generate residuals. From this result, some extensions are possible as direct residual generation by variable elimination or sensor implementation.
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J Cassar, M Staroswiecki. A STRUCTURAL APPROACH FOR THE DESIGN OF FAILURE DETECTION AND IDENTIFICATION SYSTEMS. Conference on Control of Industrial Systems, IFAC, May 1997, Belfort, France. 6 p. ⟨hal-01403803⟩

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