Diagnosing in technical systems: Systematization of some definitions

Kondrat'ev, V.; Uvarov, P.
December 2013
Automation & Remote Control;Dec2013, Vol. 74 Issue 12, p2209
Academic Journal
In this paper, we systematize several conceptions of technical diagnosis expressed as a set of definitions. The ultimate aim is suggesting an unambiguous interpretation for diagnosis and checking procedures in technical systems.


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