№1, 2014


Bidyuk Pyotr I., Litvinenko Vladimir I., Gasanov Aydin S.

An application of the new method and combined algorithm on the basis of immune network and negative selection for identification of aviation engine surging is considered. The problem of identification of the engine surging is examined as a problem of anomaly detection. The basic drawbacks of the negative selection algorithm are examined. It is proposed to use the method based on artificial immune network for data processing of detectors set, and for a monitoring phase the scheme of classical negative selection algorithm is used. The results obtained have shown high efficiency of the proposed method and algorithm. (pp. 47-59)

Keywords: engine surging, gas turbine engine, negative selection algorithms, artificial immune network learning algorithm
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