By David Hamburger
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Section 3 surveys some contributions inherent to the challenging task of model-based diagnosis of dynamic systems. Referenced contributions, both when dealing with static and dynamic systems, are from the Artificial Intelligence literature. 2. Fundamentals of Model-Based Diagnosis l'vIodel-based diagnosis brings to a crisp unambiguous definition of a symptom, according to which a symptom is a discrepancy between the observed behavior and the predicted behavior of a system. The observed behavior is the set of actual values of output variables, the predicted behavior is the set of the values of the same output variables computed based on the modeled normal behavior of the system.
A way to reduce the size of the search space is to compute only diagnoses with small cardinality. e. consisting of exactly one faulty component. A diagnosis containing several faulty components is a multiple fault diagnosis. Assuming that components get faulty one independently from the other, single fault diagnoses are more probable that multiple fault diagnoses. , 1989] require that both normal and faulty behaviors of components be available and represented in SD. 0. cannot generically state that a faulty component exhibits a behavior which is not normal: it has to show the specific 11 M odel- Based Diagnosis faulty behavior.
However, the behavior associated with each failure state is represented through a set of first order sentences, which are independent of time. e. temporally evolving faulty behaviors. Moreover, similarly to the previously described approaches, diagnostic reasoning is carried out by verifying separately the consistency of the assumptions related to each relevant time instant. A common feature of all the above approaches is that a simulation of the behavior of the dynamic system is carried out in order to compare, instant by instant, the simulated behavior with the observations.
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