Neural and Evolutionary Computing
A fully convolutional autoencoder is developed for the detection of anomalies in multi-sensor vehicle drive-cycle data from the powertrain domain. Preliminary results collected on real-world powertrain data show that the reconstruction error of faulty drive cycles deviates significantly relative to the reconstruction of healthy drive cycles using the trained autoencoder. The results demonstrate applicability for identifying faulty drive-cycles, and for improving the accuracy of system prognosis and predictive maintenance in connected vehicles.
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