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Any Time Probabilistic Reasoning for Sensor Validation
Pablo Ibarguengoytia, Luis Sucar, Sunil Vadera
Abstract:
For many real time applications, it is important to validate the information received from the sensors before entering higher levels of reasoning. This paper presents an any time probabilistic algorithm for validating the information provided by sensors. The system consists of two Bayesian network models. The first one is a model of the dependencies between sensors and it is used to validate each sensor. It provides a list of potentially faulty sensors. To isolate the real faults, a second Bayesian network is used, which relates the potential faults with the real faults. This second model is also used to make the validation algorithm any time, by validating first the sensors that provide more information. To select the next sensor to validate, and measure the quality of the results at each stage, an entropy function is used. This function captures in a single quantity both the certainty and specificity measures of any time algorithms. Together, both models constitute a mechanism for validating sensors in an any time fashion, providing at each step the probability of correct/faulty for each sensor, and the total quality of the results. The algorithm has been tested in the validation of temperature sensors of a power plant.
Keywords: Sensor validation, any time algorithms, power plants.
Pages: 266-273
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PDF Link: /papers/98/p266-ibarguengoytia.pdf
BibTex:
@INPROCEEDINGS{Ibarguengoytia98,
AUTHOR = "Pablo Ibarguengoytia and Luis Sucar and Sunil Vadera",
TITLE = "Any Time Probabilistic Reasoning for Sensor Validation",
BOOKTITLE = "Proceedings of the Fourteenth Conference Annual Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence (UAI-98)",
PUBLISHER = "Morgan Kaufmann",
ADDRESS = "San Francisco, CA",
YEAR = "1998",
PAGES = "266--273"
}


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