2010
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-11628-5_15
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Abstract: An Evolvable Production System (EPS) is a complex and lively entity composed of intelligent modules that interact, through bio-inspired mechanisms, to ensure high system availability and seamless reconfiguration. The diagnosis of such dynamic systems, characterized by constant change, presents new diagnostic challenges and opportunities that can hardly be tackled by traditional approaches. On the one hand, given the decoupled nature of the system, fault interaction and propagation are harder to detect and cont… Show more

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“…The quality and type of the observations play a major role on the convergence of the system to a useful diagnosis (the network emerging a consensus for any given fault context) as it was demonstrated in the authors' previous work [24].…”
Section: B a Methodologymentioning
confidence: 88%
“…The quality and type of the observations play a major role on the convergence of the system to a useful diagnosis (the network emerging a consensus for any given fault context) as it was demonstrated in the authors' previous work [24].…”
Section: B a Methodologymentioning
confidence: 88%
“…However capturing it in such system may be technically or costly infeasible and limitative. In recent work [20] the authors have developed a diagnostic algorithm that is able to explore and monitor the interactions state in the above presented architecture. It operates by adjusting the agents diagnostic state in respect to a given interaction when its direct neighbors denote a change in their states for the very same interaction.…”
Section: B Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In this sense any semantic can be associated to it as long as there is a mean and a purpose for measuring and monitoring it. After the system is setup a graph of relations is established as in Fig 1. To remain consistent with the authors recent work in emergent diagnosis [20] the following characterization of interactions is considered:…”
Section: Restrictionsmentioning
confidence: 92%
“…Despite the tremendous socio-economic potential there are some emerging diagnostic issues that require attention if these modern paradigms are to be effectively instantiated. The proposed approach is part of a series of developments to tackle diagnosis in the domain of EPS [16,17]. Currently the proposed approach is being tested in more complex networks with different topologies to assess its performance and convergence.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%