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A comparison of model-based reasoning and learning approaches to power transmission fault diagnosis
(IEEE Computer Society Press, 1995-11)
An application of model-based reasoning and model-based learning to an operative diagnostic domain such as electrical power transmission networks is presented. Most of the research in model-based diagnosis is based on ...
Knowledge based jitter analysis in power system control
This paper presents the development of an expert system TPAISA for fault analysis of analog problems in power system control. The objectives are to identify the problem analogs and to establish the fault diagnosis for each ...
A simple Affymetrix ratio-transformation method yields comparable expression level quantifications with cDNA data
(World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology (WASET), 2010)
Gene expression profiling is rapidly evolving into a powerful technique for investigating tumor malignancies. The researchers are overwhelmed with the microarray-based platforms and methods that confer them the freedom to ...
A fuzzy SMART based dynamic decision making system: a voltage control case study
(Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, 2005-12)
Most real-life decisions involve Dynamic Decision Making (DDM) that is characterised by the need to make multiple and interdependent decisions in an environment that changes as a function of the decision maker’s ...
Three neural network case studies in biology and natural resource management
This paper presents 3 NN case studies. In the first, fracture toughness of wood was predicted using an expanded MLP network from experimentally measured crack angle, stiffness, density and moisture content. The data is ...