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The application of knowledge based systems within the proposed telecommunications management network (TMN) environment to support fault diagnosis

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1 Author(s)
Coleman, C.S. ; GEC Plessey Telecommun., Beeston

Examines the use of a knowledge based system to model the diagnosis of faults in digital telecommunications transmission networks. The alarm surveillance network assumes the functionality and architecture of CCITT recommendations M.30 and G.771. A digital private circuit network is used as a vehicle to test the model

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Expert Systems for Fault Diagnosis in Engineering Applications, IEE Colloquium on

Date of Conference:

20 Apr 1989