587 Process Monitoring and Fault Detection II

Wednesday, November 19, 2014: 3:15 PM
404 - 405 (Hilton Atlanta)
We are interested in novel contributions concerning monitoring, fault detection and isolation in chemical, biochemical or biological processes. In addition, soft sensor or virtual metrology techniques are considered. Both data-driven and model-based approaches are welcome. Applications to industrial processes (both continuous and batch) are especially welcome.

Systems and Process Control

B. Erik Ydstie
Email: ydstie@cmu.edu

Nael H. El-Farra
Email: nhelfarra@ucdavis.edu

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3:15 PM
(587a) Probabilistic Model-Based Method of Improving Alarm-System Performance
Taha Mohseni Ahooyi, Jeffrey E. Arbogast, Warren D. Seider, Ulku G. Oktem and Masoud Soroush

3:37 PM
(587b) Multivariate Control Charts in Radial Coordinates
Ray Wang, Thomas F. Edgar, Michael Baldea, Mark Nixon, Willy Wojsznis and Ricardo Dunia

4:43 PM
(587e) Input Design for Active Fault Diagnosis Using Zonotopes
Joseph Scott, Davide M. Raimondo and Richard D. Braatz

5:27 PM
(587g) On the Use of Extents for Process Monitoring and Fault Diagnosis
Sriniketh Srinivasan, Julien Billeter and Dominique Bonvin
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