A multi-category decision support framework for the Tennessee Eastman problem
Lee, G.E., Bahri, P.A., Shastri, S.S. and Zaknich, A. (2007) A multi-category decision support framework for the Tennessee Eastman problem. In: 2007 European Control Conference (ECC), 2 - 5 July 2007, KOS, Greece
The paper investigates the feasibility of developing a classification framework, based on support vector machines, with the correct properties to act as a decision support system for an industrial process plant, such as the Tennessee Eastman process. The system would provide support to the technicians who monitor plants by signalling the occurrence of abnormal plant measurements marking the onset of a fault condition. To be practical such a system must meet strict standards, in terms of low detection latency, a very low rate of false positive detection and high classification accuracy. Experiments were conducted on examples generated by a simulation of the Tennessee Eastman process and these were preprocessed and classified using a support vector machine. Experiments also considered the efficacy of preprocessing observations using Fisher Discriminant Analysis and a strategy for combining the decisions from a bank of classifiers to improve accuracy when dealing with multiple fault categories.
|Publication Type:||Conference Paper|
|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Engineering and Information Technology|
|Item Control Page|
Downloads per month over past year