Intelligent real-time process monitoring

Z. Papp, T. Dobrowiecki, B. Bago, B. Vadasz, K. Tilly

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Abstract

Real-time monitoring systems provide information within a limited response time about the operation of a time variant system that has a complex model. For the sake of preventing information overload in the operators' room a need for selective, feature extracted information displaying, monitoring, and alarming system has arisen. A way to increase the intelligence level is to integrate advisor systems and other artificial intelligence techniques into the monitoring system. Advisor systems having the structure of rule-based expert systems cannot handle so complicated a task, or sometimes can handle it with considerable restriction.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)197-202
Number of pages6
JournalIFAC Proceedings Series
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - Dec 1 1989
EventDistributed Intelligence Systems: Methods and Applications - Selected Papers from the IFAC/IMACS Symposium - Varna, Bulg
Duration: Jun 27 1988Jul 1 1988

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    Papp, Z., Dobrowiecki, T., Bago, B., Vadasz, B., & Tilly, K. (1989). Intelligent real-time process monitoring. IFAC Proceedings Series, (4), 197-202.