ESI symposium 2019

Parallel session 4

Diagnostic reasoning

Model based reasoning to support diagnostics in complex systems

As systems become increasingly complex, diagnosing system failures and performance issues becomes a true challenge for engineers. Too often, solving problems requires extensive involvement of multiple R&D experts. Diagnostic reasoning gives engineers the tools they need to make decisions about system behaviour and performance without having to know all the intrinsic system details. In addition to presenting a state-of-the-art overview and a look into the future, this session presents industrial cases in which data, modelling, and reasoning are brought together to solve diagnostic challenges.

Title Lecturer Abstract

Model based reasoning to support diagnostics in complex systems

 

Chair

Hans Onvlee, ASML

S4 Onvlee In his introduction Hans Onvlee will present a state-of-the-art overview on diagnostic reasoning and give a look into the future.
Diagnosing timing bottlenecks in large-scale component-based software

Jeroen Voeten, ESI (TNO)


S4 Voeten

We  introduce  a  new  measurement-based approach  to  diagnose  timing  bottlenecks  of  existing  large-scale  component-based  software.  The approach is based on Timed  Message  Sequence  Charts (TMSCs) that i) capture the   run-time execution of component-based software  systems  in a concise and intuitive way, ii) are amenable to formal timing analysis, and iii) are automatically inferred from execution traces. We demonstrate the  effectiveness  of  our  approach  by automatically  computing  critical  paths  in  the  software  of  an ASML lithography  scanner  to  identify  timing  bottlenecks.

AI for Manufacturing

Ton van Velzen, IBM S4 Van Velzen

Artificial Intelligence applications in manufacturing range from improving reliability of equipment to improving operational effectiveness and providing quality insights. Using a simple framework this talk will discuss some practical examples of machine learning to predict failures and optimize equipment maintenance and process effectiveness. It will be shown that for a large class of algorithms explainability and transparency of machine learning based recommendations is an essential part of the solution. A discussion of a knowledge representation application will show how diagnostic reasoning can be assisted by artificial intelligence.  download pdf

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S1 Digital twinning
S2 Learning systems
S3 Architecting intelligent systems
S4 Diagnostic reasoning
S5 Acceptable AI
S6 Future system engineers

Emile van Gerwen

+31 (0)88 866 54 20 (secretariat)
emile.vangerwen@tno.nl

“I like to bring latest insights from the scientific world into everyday practice in areas including. technical systems, robotics, formal software engineering development, and artificial intelligence.”