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Multi-agent systems for diagnostic and condition monitoring applications

McArthur, S.D.J. and Davidson, E.M. (2004) Multi-agent systems for diagnostic and condition monitoring applications. In: 2004 IEEE power engineering society general meeting. IEEE, New York, pp. 50-54. ISBN 0780384652

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Abstract

On-line diagnostics and on-line condition monitoring are important functions within the operation, control and management of power systems. Extensive research activities have led to the development of intelligent system techniques that support these functions. However, experience has shown that often more than one intelligent system technique is required to perform the diagnostic or monitoring function. In addition, integration is required between legacy data sources, legacy monitoring systems and the new data capture systems and intelligent systems being applied. Multi-agent system techniques can be used to provide such integration, while enhancing the overall intelligent interpretation functionality.