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Fault Detection and Isolation Based on Hidden Markov Models Open Access
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Hidden Markov Models
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University of Alberta
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Huang, Biao (Chemical and Materials Engineering)
- Examining committee member and department
Yeung, Tony (Chemical and Materials Engineering)
Dubljevic, Stevan (Chemical and Materials Engineering)
Mhaskar, Prashant (Chemical Engineering)
Afacan, Artin (Chemical and Materials Engineering)
Barczyk, Martin (Mechanical Engineering)
Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering
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Doctor of Philosophy
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A large volume of literature exists on fault detection and isolation for industrial processes. In a general view, these various methods may be divided into process model based and process history based fault diagnosis. In both classes, there has been a recent focus on extracting the temporal information corresponding to process transitions between various operating modes. In this context, Hidden Markov Models (HMMs) have been introduced and applied for process monitoring and diagnosis purposes.
The main objective of this thesis is to develop novel HMM based approaches
to diagnose various operating modes of a process. Mode in this thesis refers to process operational status such as normal operating condition or fault.
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- Citation for previous publication
N. Sammaknejad, B. Huang, W. Xiong, A. Fatehi, F. Xu, and A. Espejo
(2015). "Operating Condition Diagnosis Based on HMM with Adaptive Transition
Probabilities in the Presence of Missing Observations". AIChE Journal,
61(2), 477-492.N. Sammaknejad, B. Huang, and Y. Lu (2015). "Robust Diagnosis of Operating
Mode Based on Time Varying Hidden Markov Models". IEEE Transactions on
Industrial Electronics. DOI: 10.1109/TIE.2015.2478743.N. Sammaknejad, B. Huang, A. Fatehi, Y. Miao, F. Xu, and A. Espejo (2014).
"Adaptive Monitoring of the Process Operation Based on Symbolic Episode
Representation and Hidden Markov Models with Application Toward an Oil Sand Primary Separation". Computers and Chemical Engineering, 71, 281-297.N. Sammaknejad, and B. Huang (2014). "Process Monitoring Based on Symbolic
Episode Representation and Hidden Markov Models - A Moving Window
Approach". Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Advanced Control of Industrial Processes (ADCONIP). Hiroshima, Japan.N. Sammaknejad, B. Huang, R. S. Sanders, Y. Miao, F. Xu, A. Espejo (2015).
"Adaptive Soft Sensing and On-line Estimation of the Critical Minimum Velocity
with Application to an Oil Sand Primary Separation Vessel". Proceedings
of the IFAC 9th International Symposium on Advanced Control of Chemical
Processes (ADCHEM). Whistler, Canada.
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