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The Fault Diagnosis of a Complex Technical Object with the Use of a Cross-Out Method
Andrzej Sowa

The article presents a mode of functioning of an application which generates two check-up sets. These sets are then used for detecting and localizing the faults of the elements of complex technical objects. The article presents general algorithms for building check-up sets used for the diagnosis of the object’s technical state. It takes place in two steps within which the current evaluations of the tested features that belong to both of the mentioned sets are compared with the values included in the individual matrix rows of the fault model of this object. In the article there are shown examples of generating check-up sets for the case when the object’s examined features were evaluated in a two- or three-valued way.

Keywords: Complex technical object, fault, matrix fault model, diagnosis, methods of check-up set generation, cross-out method

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