Knowledge-based Autonomous Test Engineer (KATE).
- Brown, Barbara L.
- Dec 1, 1991.
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- Parrish, Carrie L.
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- Mathematical models of system components have long been used to allow simulators to predict system behavior to various stimuli. Recent efforts to monitor, diagnose, and control real-time systems using component models have experienced similar success. NASA Kennedy is continuing the development of a tool for implementing real-time knowledge-based diagnostic and control systems called KATE (Knowledge based Autonomous Test Engineer). KATE is a model-based reasoning shell designed to provide autonomous control, monitoring, fault detection, and diagnostics for complex engineering systems by applying its reasoning techniques to an exchangeable quantitative model describing the structure and function of the various system components and their systemic behavior.
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- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19920013442.
Accession ID: 92N22685.
NASA, Washington, Technology 2001: The Second National Technology Transfer Conference and Exposition, Volume 2; p 83-92.
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