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Title: Causal Modeling and Event-driven Simulation for Monitoring of Continous Systems
Authors: Doyle, Richard
Charest, Leonard Jr.
Rouquette, Nicolas
Wyatt, Jay
Issue Date: 19-Oct-1993
Citation: San Diego, California, USA
Abstract: Monitoring of complex continous physical systems has been traditionally accomplished in computer-based process control software by one or both of the following methods: 1) establishing limit checks for sensors and raising an alarm whenever a sensor's value crosses one of these thresholds, and 2) comparing predicted values from a simulation to actual sensor values and flagging discrepancies.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/35752
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