Reformulation for the Diagnosis of Discrete-Event Systems
Diagnosis is traditionally defined on a space of hypotheses (typically, all the combinations of zero or more possible faults). In the present paper, we argue that a suitable reformulation of this hypothesis space can lead to more efficient computation of
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