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Comparing diagnosability in continuous and discrete-events systems

Abstract : This paper is concerned with diagnosability analysis, which proves a requisite for several tasks during the system 's life cycle. The Model-Based Diagnosis (MBD) community has developed specific approaches for Continuous Systems (CS) and for Discrete Event Systems (DES) in two distinct and parallel tracks. In this paper, the correspondences between the concepts used in CS and DES approaches are clarified and it is shown that the diagnosability problem can be brought back to the same formulation using the concept of signatures. These results bridges CS and DES diagnosability and open perspectives for hybrid model based diagnosis.
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Marie-Odile Cordier, Louise Travé-Massuyès, Xavier Pucel. Comparing diagnosability in continuous and discrete-events systems. DX'06 (17th International workshop on principles of Diagnosis), 2006, Burgos, Spain. pp.55--60. ⟨inria-00463797⟩



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