Third International Diagnostic Competition DXC11

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Third International Diagnostic Competition DXC11

We present the third implementation of a framework created jointly by NASA Ames Research Center, Palo Alto Research Center, and Delft University of Technology to com-pare and evaluate diagnosis algorithms (DAs). This years competition, DXC11, introduces a software track in addition to the industrial and synthetic tracks of previous competitions. A total of eleven DAs competed in the three tracks. The paper describes the systems, diag-nostic problems of the tracks, fault scenarios, evaluation metrics, participating DAs, results and analysis. Note: There are 10 more authors. I did not see the point of adding them all to the clearance.

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