Many-state alarm generation using multiple binary decisions
Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Decision and Control
An alarm generator is proposed and is to be used at the top level of a hierarchical FDI architecture developed in the framework offered by the EUREKA MAINE EU996 DIALOGS project. This alarm generator uses two binary decisions and fuzzyfies them to obtain a five-state alarm signal. It then performs a quantitative-qualitative analysis on this alarm signal. The result can either be directly used by a human operator, or by an upper level decision maker which uses causal analysis and qualitative data.
Ghetie, M.; Sauter, D.; and Saif, M.. (1998). Many-state alarm generation using multiple binary decisions. Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, 1, 575-580.