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Case-based reasoning combined with statistics for diagnostics and prognosis

Publication Type:

Conference/Workshop Paper

Venue:

25th International Congress on Condition Monitoring and Diagnostic Engineering

Publisher:

IOPScience


Abstract

Many approaches used for diagnostics today are based on a precise model. This excludes diagnostics of many complex types of machinery that cannot be modelled and simulated easily or without great e ort. Our aim is to show that by including human experience it is possible to diagnose complex machinery when there is no or limited models or simulations available. This also enables diagnostics in a dynamic application where conditions change and new cases are often added. In fact every new solved case increases the diagnostic power of the system. We present a number of successful projects where we have used feature extraction together with case-based reasoning to diagnose faults in industrial robots, welding, cutting machinery and we also present our latest project for diagnosing transmissions by combining Case-Based Reasoning (CBR) with statistics. We view the fault diagnosis process as three consecutive steps. In the rst step, sensor fault signals from machines and/or input from human operators are collected. Then, the second step consists of extracting relevant fault features. In the nal diagnosis/prognosis step, status and faults are identi ed and classi ed. We view prognosis as a special case of diagnosis where the prognosis module predicts a stream of future features.

Bibtex

@inproceedings{Olsson2616,
author = {Tomas Olsson and Peter Funk},
title = {Case-based reasoning combined with statistics for diagnostics and prognosis},
editor = {Andrew Ball, Rakesh Mishra, Fengshou Gu and Raj B K N Rao},
pages = {1--9},
month = {June},
year = {2012},
booktitle = {25th International Congress on Condition Monitoring and Diagnostic Engineering},
publisher = {IOPScience},
url = {http://www.es.mdh.se/publications/2616-}
}