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A Deep Learning Approach for Fault Diagnosis of Induction Motors in Manufacturing

machine condition monitoring, diagnosis and prognosis. E-mail: Robert X Gao is currently the Cady Staley Professor of Engineering at Case Western Reserve University , USA. He received his Ph.D. degree from

Planetary Gearbox Fault Diagnosis Using Envelope Manifold Demodulation

The important issue in planetary gear fault diagnosis is to extract the dependable fault characteristics from the noisy vibration signal of planetary gearbox. To address this critical problem, an envelope manifold demodulation method is proposed for planetary gear fault detection in the paper. This method combines complex wavelet, manifold learning, and frequency spectrogram to...

A New Feature Selection Algorithm Based on the Mean Impact Variance

The selection of fewer or more representative features from multidimensional features is important when the artificial neural network (ANN) algorithm is used as a classifier. In this paper, a new feature selection method called the mean impact variance (MIVAR) method is proposed to determine the feature that is more suitable for classification. Moreover, this method is...

A New Feature Selection Algorithm Based on the Mean Impact Variance

The selection of fewer or more representative features from multidimensional features is important when the artificial neural network (ANN) algorithm is used as a classifier. In this paper, a new feature selection method called the mean impact variance (MIVAR) method is proposed to determine the feature that is more suitable for classification. Moreover, this method is...

A New Feature Selection Algorithm Based on the Mean Impact Variance

The selection of fewer or more representative features from multidimensional features is important when the artificial neural network (ANN) algorithm is used as a classifier. In this paper, a new feature selection method called the mean impact variance (MIVAR) method is proposed to determine the feature that is more suitable for classification. Moreover, this method is...