Data reduction algorithm based on principle of distributional equivalence for fault diagnosis

Detroja, Ketan P and Gudi, R D and Patwardhan, S C (2012) Data reduction algorithm based on principle of distributional equivalence for fault diagnosis. Control Engineering Practice, 20 (10). pp. 1033-1041. ISSN 0967-0661

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Historical data based fault diagnosis methods exploit two key strengths of multivariate statistical approaches, viz.: (i) data compression ability, and (ii) discriminatory ability. It has been shown that correspondence analysis (CA) is superior to principal components analysis (PCA) on both these counts (Detroja, Gudi, Patwardhan, & Roy, 2006a), and hence is more suited for the task of fault detection and isolation (FDI). In this paper, we propose a CA based methodology for fault diagnosis that can facilitate significant data reduction as well as better discrimination. The proposed methodology is based on the principle of distributional equivalence (PDE). The PDE is a property unique to the CA algorithm and can be very useful in analyzing large datasets. The principle, when applied to historical data sets for FDI, can significantly reduce the data matrix size without significantly affecting the discriminatory ability of the CA algorithm. This can significantly reduce computational load during statistical model building. The data reduction ability of the proposed methodology is demonstrated using a simulation case study involving benchmark quadruple tank laboratory process. The proposed methodology when applied to experimental data obtained from the quadruple tank process also demonstrated data reduction capabilities of the principle of distributional equivalence. The above aspect has also been validated for large-scale data sets using the benchmark Tennessee Eastman process simulation case study

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Uncontrolled Keywords: Correspondence analysis; Fault detection; Fault isolation
Subjects: Physics > Electricity and electronics
Divisions: Department of Electrical Engineering
Depositing User: Team Library
Date Deposited: 10 Nov 2014 09:49
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