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Title Knowledge-driven board-level functional fault diagnosis / Fangming Ye, Zhaobo Zhang, Krishnendu Chakrabarty, Xinli Gu
Published Switzerland : Springer, [2016]
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Description 1 online resource (xiii, 147 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Contents Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Introduction to Manufacturing Test; 1.1.1 System and Tests; 1.1.2 Testing in the Manufacturing Line; 1.2 Introduction to Board-Level Diagnosis; 1.2.1 Review of State-of-the-Art; 1.2.2 Automation in Diagnosis System; 1.2.3 New Directions Enabled by Machine Learning; 1.2.4 Challenges and Opportunities; 1.3 Outline of Book; References; 2 Diagnosis Using Support Vector Machines (SVM); 2.1 Background and Chapter Highlights; 2.2 Diagnosis Using Support Vector Machines; 2.2.1 Support Vector Machines; 2.2.2 SVM Diagnosis Flow
2.3 Multi-kernel Support Vector Machines and Incremental Learning2.3.1 Multi-kernel Support Vector Machines; 2.3.2 Incremental Learning; 2.4 Results; 2.4.1 Evaluation of MK-SVM-Based Diagnosis System; 2.4.2 Evaluation of Incremental SVM-Based Diagnosis System; 2.4.3 Evaluation of Incremental MK-SVM-Based Diagnosis System; 2.5 Chapter Summary; References; 3 Diagnosis Using Multiple Classifiers and Majority-Weighted Voting (WMV); 3.1 Background and Chapter Highlights; 3.2 Artificial Neural Networks (ANN); 3.2.1 Architecture of ANNs; 3.2.2 Demonstration of ANN-Based Diagnosis System
3.3 Comparison Between ANNs and SVMs3.4 Diagnosis Using Weighted-Majority Voting; 3.4.1 Weighted-Majority Voting; 3.4.2 Demonstration of WMV-Based Diagnosis System; 3.5 Results; 3.5.1 Evaluation of ANNs-Based Diagnosis System; 3.5.2 Evaluation of SVMs-Based Diagnosis System; 3.5.3 Evaluation of WMV-Based Diagnosis System; 3.6 Chapter Summary; References; 4 Adaptive Diagnosis Using Decision Trees (DT); 4.1 Background and Chapter Highlights; 4.2 Decision Trees; 4.2.1 Training of Decision Trees; 4.2.2 Example of DT-Based Training and Diagnosis; 4.3 Diagnosis Using Incremental Decision Trees
4.3.1 Incremental Tree Node4.3.2 Addition of a Case; 4.3.3 Ensuring the Best Splitting; 4.3.4 Tree Transposition; 4.4 Diagnosis Flow Based on Incremental Decision Trees; 4.5 Results; 4.5.1 Evaluation of DT-Based Diagnosis System; 4.5.2 Evaluation of Incremental DT-Based Diagnosis System; 4.6 Chapter Summary; References; 5 Information-Theoretic Syndrome and Root-Cause Evaluation; 5.1 Background and Chapter Highlights; 5.2 Evaluation Methods for Diagnosis Systems; 5.2.1 Subset Selection for Syndromes Analysis; 5.2.2 Class-Relevance Statistics; 5.3 Evaluation and Enhancement Framework
5.3.1 Evaluation and Enhancement Procedure5.3.2 An Example of the Proposed Framework; 5.4 Results; 5.4.1 Demonstration of Syndrome Analysis; 5.4.2 Demonstration of Root-Cause Analysis; 5.5 Chapter Summary; References; 6 Handling Missing Syndromes; 6.1 Background and Chapter Highlights; 6.2 Methods to Handle Missing Syndromes; 6.2.1 Missing-Syndrome-Tolerant Fault Diagnosis Flow; 6.2.2 Missing-Syndrome-Preprocessing Methods; 6.2.3 Feature Selection; 6.3 Results; 6.3.1 Evaluation of Label Imputation; 6.3.2 Evaluation of Feature Selection in Handling Missing Syndromes
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed August 30, 2016)
Subject Fault location (Engineering)
Fault tolerance (Engineering)
Form Electronic book
Author Chakrabarty, Krishnendu, author
Gu, Xinli, author
Ye, Fangming, author
Zhang, Zhaobo, author
ISBN 3319402102 (electronic bk.)
9783319402109 (electronic bk.)
(print)