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Soft Computing in Fault Detection and Isolation. Józef Korbicz Marcin Witczak Institute of Control and Computation Engineering University of Zielona Góra, Poland E-mails: [email protected] [email protected] http://www.issi.uz.zgora.pl. • School of Engineering.

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Soft computing in fault detection and isolation

Soft Computing in Fault Detectionand Isolation

Józef Korbicz Marcin Witczak

Institute of Control and Computation Engineering

University of Zielona Góra, Poland

E-mails: [email protected] [email protected]

http://www.issi.uz.zgora.pl


Soft computing in fault detection and isolation

• School of Engineering

• School of Sciences and Economics

• School of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

University of Zielona Góra

Three Schools

254 professors, 390 doctors and 24000 students


Soft computing in fault detection and isolation

Institute of Control and Computation Engineering

Director: Prof. Józef Korbicz

Structure

• Systems Analysis and Intelligent Computation Division

• Information Systems Division

•Telecomunication and Computer Security

• Editorial Office of theInternationalJournal of

Applied Mathematics and Computer Science


Soft computing in fault detection and isolation

Research Activity

  • Computational intelligence and evolutionary computations

  • Leader:Prof. J.Korbicz

  • neural networks, neuro-fuzzy systems

  • structure and parameter optimization

  • evolutionary computations

  • Technical diagnostics

  • Leader:Prof. J.Korbicz

  • analytical methods: mathematical modelling, observers

  • artificial intelligence

  • applications: sugar industry, power plants

  • Virtual environments and multimedia

  • Leader:DrS.Nikiel

  • computer graphics

  • visualization

  • virtual environments and multimedia


Soft computing in fault detection and isolation

Research Activity (cont.)

  • Multidimensional (2n-DN) systems and repetitive processes

  • Leader:Prof. K.Gałkowski

  • modelling, analysis and synthesis

  • control

  • applications

  • Distributed parameter systems – theory and applications

  • Leader:Prof. D.Uciński

  • parameter estimation

  • movable sensors

  • physical process simulation


Soft computing in fault detection and isolation

Research projects (selected)

  • The Polish–British Research Partnership Programme onOptimum experimental

  • design for multivariate nonlinear models, 2002-2005.

  • Coordinators:Prof. D.Uciński, University of Zielona Góra and Dr B.Bogacka,

  • University ofLondon

  • 5th Framework Programme project onDevelopment and Application of Methods

  • for Actuator Diagnosis in Industrial Control Systems, DAMADICS, 2000-2003.

  • Coordinator: Prof. Ron J. Patton, University of Hull, U.K.

  • Group and task leader: Prof. J. Korbicz, University of Zielona Góra

  • POLONIUM (French-Polish programme) projects onModelling and analysis of

  • environmental processes using cellular automata. 2001-2002.Coordinators: Prof. A.El Jai, University of Perpignan andProf. D.Uciński,

  • University of Zielona Góra

  • Integration of Quantitative and Qualitative Fault Diagnosis Methods within the

  • Framework of Industrial Application, INCO COPERNICUS IQ2FD Project,1998-2000.

  • Group leader: Prof. J. Korbicz, University of Zielona Góra


Soft computing in fault detection and isolation

Research laboratories

  • Laboratory of Computer Graphics and Multimedia

  • Laboratory of Modern Control Systems and Optimization

  • Laboratory of Software Engineering and Intelligent

  • Computations

  • Laboratory of the Foundations of Computer Science

  • Local CISCO Academy Laboratory


Soft computing in fault detection and isolation

2004

2005

2002

2004

Institute’s books


Soft computing in fault detection and isolation

Organization of conferences (selected)

  • 6th IFAC Symposium on Fault Detection, Supervision and Safety of

  • Technical Processes,SAFEPROCESS 2006, Beijing, China, 2006

  • National Conference onAutomatic Control, KKA’02, Zielona Góra,

  • Poland, 2002

  • National Conference onDiagnostics of Industrial Processes, DPP’97,

  • DPP’2001, Łagów Lubuski, Poland, 1997 and 2001

  • International Symposium ofMathematical Theory of Networks and

  • Systems, MTNS 2000, Perpignan, France, 2000

  • Polish-German Symposium onScience Research Education, SRE 2000,

  • Zielona Góra, Poland 2000


Soft computing in fault detection and isolation

Soft Computing in Fault Detectionand Isolation

Outline

  • Principles of modern fault diagnosis

  • Artificial neural networks in fault diagnosis

  • Evolutionary algorithms in fault diagnosis

  • Fuzzy and neuro-fuzzy systems in fault diagnosis

  • Case studies – industrial applications


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