A Matlab tool for sensor placement for fault diagnosis
This package has been superseeded by FaultDiagnosisToolbox. It is strongly recommended to use that software instead.
Download: Latest version of SensPlaceTool [tar.gz,zip](2009-03-13), documentation
SensPlaceTool is a Matlab-implementation of algorithms for sensor placement analysis for fault diagnosis based on structural models. A small, and unfortunately highly incomplete, documentation is available here.
SensPlaceTool is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation.
If you use this software in research or otherwise, please cite the latest publication regarding this topic from. A list of our publications is available at http://www.fs.isy.liu.se/Publications/. The paper to cite is, at the moment,
Sensor placement for fault diagnosis
Mattias Krysander, and Erik Frisk (2008). IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Part A, Systems and Humans, 38(6):1398--1410.
If you have comments, bug reports or other concerns the authors may be contacted at the following email addresses: Erik Frisk (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Mattias Krysander (email@example.com>).
Installation and requirements
The code requires a basic Matlab installation and installation is simple, jst download the package and unpack the package archive. On a system with Gnu tar, it looks something like
%> tar -xvzf sensplacetool-200x-xx-xx.tar.gzThe files have the following structure
SensPlaceTool-200x-xx-xx/ src/ examples/ doc/To get started, copy the src-directory to a directory of your choice in your file system. Rename the library to e.g. sensplacetool and add the directory to Matlabs search path, e.g. using the addpath command in Matlab. This is it and now all things are installed. Try the predefined examples collected in the examples directory.
See the README file in the source distribution for further documentation and
Informationsansvarig: Erik Frisk
Senast uppdaterad: 2015-08-27