fault separation

fault separation

[′fȯlt ‚sep·ə‚rā·shən]
(geology)
Apparent displacement of a fault measured on the basis of disrupted linear features.
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Therefore, it allows slice forwarding separation, management separation, fault separation and protocol separation, ensuring the deployment of 5G differentiated services.
By the graph, we can see clearly that * represents the failure caused by temperature and pressure and O represents the failure caused by stirring electric current increased, fault separation accuracy reached 97%, and it can be used to isolate two faults in the polymerization process.
It makes complexity increasing with exponent to fault separation and diagnosis, called "Curse of Dimension" [1,2].
Finally, we give an actual fault separation problem in classical chemical process Tennessee Eastman (TE) to further study.
In fault separation problem presented above, it equals to screen original process variables related to certain faults as most as possible.
To fault separation problem with nonlinear redundancy process/control variables, an approach is proposed in Figure 2.
Fault Separation of Tennessee Eastman with Redundancy Variables
Nonlinear Fault Separation of Redundancy Variables.
With the above variable sets, the accuracy of fault separation between Fault9 and Fault11 is successivelytested.