The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Control theory, Fault detection and isolation, Nonlinear system, Robustness and Residual. His work in Control theory addresses issues such as Fuzzy logic, which are connected to fields such as Observer, Linear matrix inequality and Stability. Paul M. Frank has included themes like Automation and PID controller in his Nonlinear system study.
His study in Robustness is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Inverted pendulum, Optimization problem, Mathematical optimization, Redundancy and Decorrelation. Paul M. Frank combines subjects such as Kalman filter, Expert system and Knowledge base with his study of Redundancy. His research investigates the link between Residual and topics such as Control engineering that cross with problems in Dynamical systems theory, Time domain, Robot and Industrial robot.
Paul M. Frank focuses on Control theory, Fault detection and isolation, Control engineering, Residual and Robustness. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Fuzzy logic and Control theory. His work on Stuck-at fault as part of general Fault detection and isolation study is frequently connected to Artificial neural network, Observer based, Frequency domain and Redundancy, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
His research investigates the connection between Redundancy and topics such as Expert system that intersect with issues in Common sense. His Control engineering study combines topics in areas such as Control, Actuator and Robot control. His studies in Residual integrate themes in fields like Linear model and Benchmark.
Paul M. Frank spends much of his time researching Control theory, Fault detection and isolation, Control engineering, Fuzzy logic and Residual. His work is connected to Linear system, Nonlinear system, Observer, Robust control and Uncertain systems, as a part of Control theory. His Fault detection and isolation study overlaps with Robustness, Artificial neural network, Control system, Artificial intelligence and Observer based.
Paul M. Frank works mostly in the field of Robustness, limiting it down to topics relating to Constant false alarm rate and, in certain cases, Systems design. Paul M. Frank focuses mostly in the field of Control engineering, narrowing it down to matters related to Fault tolerance and, in some cases, Systems engineering and Control. In his study, Markov chain and Markov model is inextricably linked to Mathematical optimization, which falls within the broad field of Residual.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Control theory, Fault detection and isolation, Control engineering, Fuzzy logic and Nonlinear system. His Control theory course of study focuses on Systems design and Lipschitz continuity, Bilinear systems, Transfer function and Frequency domain. In general Fault detection and isolation, his work in Residual generator is often linked to Robustness, Observer based, Optimization problem and Artificial neural network linking many areas of study.
The various areas that Paul M. Frank examines in his Robustness study include Model complexity and Industrial engineering. Control engineering and Control are two areas of study in which Paul M. Frank engages in interdisciplinary research. The study incorporates disciplines such as PID controller and Setpoint in addition to Nonlinear system.
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Fault diagnosis in dynamic systems using analytical and knowledge-based redundancy—a survey and some new results
Paul M. Frank.
Issues of Fault Diagnosis for Dynamic Systems
Ron J. Patton;Paul M. Frank;Robert N. Clark.
Fault diagnosis in dynamic systems : theory and applications
Ron J. Patton;Paul M. Frank;Robert N. Clarke.
Introduction to system sensitivity theory
P. M. Frank;M. Eslami.
Analysis and synthesis of nonlinear time-delay systems via fuzzy control approach
Yong-Yan Cao;P.M. Frank.
IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems (2000)
Analytical and Qualitative Model-based Fault Diagnosis – A Survey and Some New Results
Paul Martin Frank.
European Journal of Control (1996)
Deterministic nonlinear observer-based approaches to fault diagnosis: A survey
E. Alcorta García;P.M. Frank.
Control Engineering Practice (1997)
Stability analysis and synthesis of nonlinear time-delay systems via linear Takagi–Sugeno fuzzy models
Yong-Yan Cao;Paul Martin Frank.
Fuzzy Sets and Systems (2001)
Enhancement of robustness in observer-based fault detection†
Paul M. Frank.
International Journal of Control (1994)
A unified approach to the optimization of fault detection systems
S. X. Ding;T. Jeinsch;P. M. Frank;E. L. Ding.
International Journal of Adaptive Control and Signal Processing (2000)
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