A Monte Carlo-based Technique for Estimating the Operation Modes of Hybrid Dynamic Systmes

Abstract : Many real systems are characterized by a hybrid dynamics of transitions among discrete modes of operation, each one giving rise to a specific continuous dynamics of evolution. The estimation of the state of these hybrid dynamic systems is difficult because it requires keeping track of the transitions among the multiple modes of system dynamics corresponding to the different modes of operation. A Monte Carlo-based estimation method is here illustrated through an application to a case study of literature.
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F. Cadini, D. Avram, Enrico Zio. A Monte Carlo-based Technique for Estimating the Operation Modes of Hybrid Dynamic Systmes. Reliability and Risk Analysis: Theory and Applications, 2010, 1, pp.106-114. ⟨hal-00610477⟩

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