Anytime Near-Optimal Troubleshooting Applied to an Auxiliary Truck Braking System
We consider computer assisted troubleshooting of complex systems, for example of a vehicle at a workshop. The objective is to identify the cause of a failure and repair a system at as low expected cost as possible. Three main challenges are: the need for disassembling the system during troubleshooting, the difficulty to verify that the system is fault free, and the dependencies in between components and observations. We present a method that can return a response anytime, which allows us to obtain the best result given the available time. The work is based on a case study of an auxiliary braking system of a modern truck. We highlight practical issues related to model building and troubleshooting in a real environment.
Håkan Warnquist, Anna Pernestål and Mattias Nyberg
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