Critical Observations for Model Based Diagnosis: Theory and Practice
Diagnosis in the broadest sense is the determination of the cause and nature of behaviours or observations that deviate from the expected norm. Diagnostic processes identify, categorise, and label these deviations such that they can be addressed and ultimately corrected for. For formalisable systems, the predominant approach to this problem is the application of model-based diagnostics (MBD). Model-based diagnosis takes a simulable facsimile (the model) of a given system and, much like a...[Show more]
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