The purpose of this paper is to study the method to make the rule application order dynamic during fault occurrence within the system that performs the RBR (Rule-Based Reasoning) based Fault Diagnosis and Recovery. Various agents are applied according to a static rule order whenever a fault occurs within the initially assigned order. Contrast to the existing systems that diagnose and recover a fault by applying rules in static order, the algorithm presented in this paper reflects the fault possibility and changes the order of rules dynamically.
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- Dynamic Order of Rules for RBR Based Network Fault Diagnosis and Recovery System
Jin Wook Chung
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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