ARC Code TI: Optimal Alarm System Design and Implementation

Metadata Updated: August 24, 2015

An optimal alarm system can robustly predict a level-crossing event that is specified over a fixed prediction horizon. The code contained in this packages provides the tools necessary to design an optimal alarm system for a simple stationary linear dynamic system driven by white Gaussian noise.

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Metadata Created Date August 24, 2015
Metadata Updated Date August 24, 2015
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Metadata Created Date August 24, 2015
Metadata Updated Date August 24, 2015
Publisher Ames Research Center
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Maintainer
Dennis Koga
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