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fault

In legal medicine, failing to meet an obligation; a legal responsibility for a failed outcome.
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The first approach evaluated is the model-free approach, which uses heuristically determined fault detection thresholds along with a diagnosis table.
As shown in Figure 2, the proposed technique uses specific fault detection models that may be models intended simply to detect abnormal operation of the multi-variable system (as opposed to normal operation), models designed to detect specific faults in the system (i.
Datasheets and other technical information on these new PWM Fan Speed Controllers with Fault Detection can be accessed at: onsemi.
Advanced Micro Devices' Submicron Development Center (SDC), Sunnyvale, California, presented a paper "Transitioning Fault Detection into Production" which outlined several applications of Triant's ModelWare/RT and described the steps in implementing fault detection software.
1 uses a dial-up, LAN or Internet connection to a DominoLAN Internetwork Analyzer at the customer site to perform remote fault detection and baselining.
Service Assurance -- Video Quality Monitoring; Fault Detection with Standards-based Ethernet Operations, Administration and Maintenance (OA&M) and IP/MPLS Resiliency
The network monitoring service provides immediate fault detection, development of an operational baseline for trend analysis, security support and detection, optional traffic analysis, and monthly operational reports.
The second generation of EMC UltraPoint, with its point-to-point design for disk drive fault detection and isolation, now includes patent-pending designs for reliable operation at demanding 4Gb/s speeds, faster drive accessibility on power-up, and flexible operation at 2Gb/s and 4Gb/s data rates.

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