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2022 ◽  
Vol 46 ◽  
pp. 103798
Jianing Xu ◽  
Yulong Ni ◽  
Tianao Cao ◽  
Chao Wu ◽  
Kai Song ◽  

2022 ◽  
Vol 2022 ◽  
pp. 1-11
Shi Song-men

The diagnosis of new diseases is a challenging problem. In the early stage of the emergence of new diseases, there are few case samples; this may lead to the low accuracy of intelligent diagnosis. Because of the advantages of support vector machine (SVM) in dealing with small sample problems, it is selected for the intelligent diagnosis method. The standard SVM diagnosis model updating needs to retrain all samples. It costs huge storage and calculation costs and is difficult to adapt to the changing reality. In order to solve this problem, this paper proposes a new disease diagnosis method based on Fuzzy SVM incremental learning. According to SVM theory, the support vector set and boundary sample set related to the SVM diagnosis model are extracted. Only these sample sets are considered in incremental learning to ensure the accuracy and reduce the cost of calculation and storage. To reduce the impact of noise points caused by the reduction of training samples, FSVM is used to update the diagnosis model, and the generalization is improved. The simulation results on the banana dataset show that the proposed method can improve the classification accuracy from 86.4% to 90.4%. Finally, the method is applied in COVID-19’s diagnostic. The diagnostic accuracy reaches 98.2% as the traditional SVM only gets 84%. With the increase of the number of case samples, the model is updated. When the training samples increase to 400, the number of samples participating in training is only 77; the amount of calculation of the updated model is small.

2022 ◽  
Vol 2022 ◽  
pp. 1-10
Jue Wang ◽  
Kaihua Liang

One advantage of an adaptive learning system is the ability to personalize learning to the needs of individual users. Realizing this personalization requires first a precise diagnosis of individual users’ relevant attributes and characteristics and the provision of adaptability-enabling resources and pathways for feedback. In this paper, a preconcept system is constructed to diagnose users' cognitive status of specific learning content, including learning progress, specific preconcept viewpoint, preconcept source, and learning disability. The “Force and Movement” topic from junior high school physics is used as a case study to describe the method for constructing a preconception system. Based on the preconception system, a method and application process for diagnosing user cognition is introduced. This diagnosis method is used in three ways: firstly, as a diagnostic dimension for an adaptive learning system, improving the ability of highly-adaptive learning systems to support learning activities, such as through visualization of the cognition states of students; secondly, for an attribution analysis of preconceptions to provide a basis for adaptive learning organizations; and finally, for predicting the obstacles users may face in the learning process, in order to provide a basis for adaptive learning pathways.

2022 ◽  
pp. 147592172110535
Yang Yu ◽  
Maria Rashidi ◽  
Bijan Samali ◽  
Masoud Mohammadi ◽  
Thuc N Nguyen ◽  

With the rapid increase of ageing infrastructures worldwide, effective and robust inspection techniques are highly demanding to evaluate structural conditions and residual lifetime. The damages on structural surfaces, for example, spalling, crack, rebar buckling and exposure, are important indicators to assess the structural condition. In fact, several state-of-the-art automated inspection techniques using these indicators have been developed to reduce human-conducted onsite inspection activities. However, the efficiency of these techniques is still required to be improved in terms of accuracy and computational cost. In this study, a vision-based crack diagnosis method is developed using deep convolutional neural network (DCNN) and enhanced chicken swarm algorithm (ECSA). A DCNN model is designed with a deep architecture, consisting of six convolutional layers, two pooling layers and three fully connected layers. To enhance the generalisation capacity of trained model, ECSA is introduced to optimize meta-parameters of the DCNN model. The model is trained and tested using image patches cropped from raw images obtained from damaged concrete samples. Finally, a comparative study on different crack detection techniques is conducted to evaluate performance of the proposed method via a group of statistical evaluation indicators.

Feng He ◽  
Qing Ye

Bearings are widely used in various types of electrical machinery and equipment. As their core components, failures will often cause serious consequences . At present, most methods of parameter adjustment are still manual adjustment of parameters. This adjustment method is susceptible to prior knowledge and easy to fall into the local optimal solution, failing to obtain the global optimal solution and requires a lot of resources.Therefore, this paper proposes a new method of bearing fault diagnosis based on wavelet packet transform and convolutional neural network optimized by simulated annealing algorithm.The experimental results show that the method proposed in this paper has a more accurate effect in feature extraction and fault classification compared with traditional bearing fault diagnosis methods. At the same time, compared with the traditional artificial neural network parameter adjustment, this paper introduces the simulated annealing algorithm to automatically adjust the parameters of the neural network, thereby obtaining an adaptive bearing fault diagnosis method. To verify the effectiveness of the method, the Case Western Reserve University bearing database was used for testing, and the traditional intelligent bearing fault diagnosis method was compared. The results show that the method proposed in this paper has good results in bearing fault diagnosis. Provides a new way of thinking in the field of bearing fault diagnosis in parameter adjustment and fault classification algorithms

2022 ◽  
pp. 1-11
Qin Zhou ◽  
Zuqiang Su ◽  
Lanhui Liu ◽  
Xiaolin Hu ◽  
Jianhang Yu

This study presents a fault diagnosis method for rolling bearing based on multi-scale deep subdomain adaptation network (MSDSAN). The proposed MSDSAN, as improvement of deep subdomain adaptation network (DSAN), is an unsupervised transfer learning method. MSDSAN reduces the subdomain distribution discrepancy between domains rather than marginal distribution discrepancy, and so better domain invariant fault features are derived to avoid misalignment between domains. Aiming at avoiding fault information loss by fixed receptive fields feature extraction, selective kernel convolution module is introduced into feature extraction of MSDSAN, by which multiple receptive fields are applied to ensure an optimal receptive field for each working condition. Moreover, contribution rates are adaptively assigned to all receptive fields, and the disturbing information extracted by inappropriate receptive fields is further eliminated. As a result, more comprehensive and effective fault information is derived for bearing fault diagnosis. Fault diagnosis experiment of bearings is performed to verify the superiority of the proposed method, and the experimental results demonstrate that MSDSAN achieves better transfer effects and higher accuracy than SOTA methods under varying working conditions.

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