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By Krzysztof Patan

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An unappealing attribute of all real-world structures is the truth that they're at risk of faults, malfunctions and, extra often, unforeseen modes of - haviour. This explains why there's a non-stop desire for trustworthy and common tracking platforms in keeping with appropriate and e?ective fault prognosis concepts. this can be very true for engineering systems,whose complexity is completely transforming into as a result inevitable improvement of recent in addition to the data and communique know-how revolution. certainly, the layout and operation of engineering platforms require an elevated cognizance with recognize to availability, reliability, protection and fault tolerance. therefore, it truly is traditional that fault prognosis performs a basic function in smooth regulate conception and perform. this can be re?ected in lots of papers on fault prognosis in lots of control-oriented c- ferencesand journals.Indeed, a largeamount of knowledgeon version basedfault analysis has been accrued via scienti?c literature because the starting of the Nineteen Seventies. consequently, a large spectrum of fault analysis options were constructed. an immense type of fault analysis thoughts is the version established one, the place an analytical version of the plant to be monitored is thought to be available.

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5) where x ∈ Rn+1 is the augmented vector of n-neural states from other neurons in the network including the bias, w i is the vector of synaptic weights associated with the i-th dynamic neuron unit, αi is the feedback parameter of the i-th dynamic unit, yi (t) is the output of the i-th neuron, fi (·) is a non-linear function (b) (a) lateral recurrence selfrecurrence fi + 1 s -αi gi yi (k) outputs x(k) inputs self-recurrence xi (k) self-feedback dynamic neuron unit Fig. 6. 5 Locally Recurrent Networks 37 of the i-th neuron, and gi (·) is an output function of the i-th neuron.

On the other hand, the number of exact centres increases exponentially with an increase in the input space size of the {1} Θ u1 y1 . . un . . ym Fig. 7. Structure of the radial basis function network with n inputs and m outputs 20 2 Modelling Issue in Fault Diagnosis network. Hence, it is unsuitable to use the RBF network in problems where the input space has large sizes. To train such a network, hybrid techniques are used. First, the centres and the spreads of the basis functions are established heuristically.

The fault isolation strategy can be relatively easily realised for sensor faults. Indeed, using the general idea of the dedicated fault isolation scheme, it is possible to design the parity relation with the i-th, i = 1, . . , m, sensor only. Thus, by assuming that all actuators are fault free, the i-th residual generator is sensitive to the i-th sensor fault only. g. [71, 72]. Unfortunately, the design strategy for actuator faults is not as straightforward as that for sensor faults. It can, of course, be realised in a very similar way but, as is indicated in [9, 71], the isolation of actuator faults is not always possible in the so-called single-actuator parity relation scheme.

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