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HyDE Enhancements for IVHM System Deployment, Phase I

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HyDE Enhancements for IVHM System Deployment, Phase I
Impact Technologies LLC, with support of the University of California Santa Cruz, proposes to develop and demonstrate a set of enhancements to NASA's Hybrid Diagnostic Engine (HyDE) that represent valuable and, in some cases, critical features for IVHM system developers in NASA and non-NASA application domains. Specifically, the Impact team believes that in order for HyDE to transition to a broad customer base, HyDE must meet commercial-grade software standards as well as provide 1) an innovative and powerful software-based model validation and verification environment must be integrate with Matlab/Simulink, 2) sophisticated third party plug-ins to translate from a Bayesian Network modeling paradigm and integrate generic signal validation tools and 3) the capability to generate and deploy models for common embedded targets in an efficient and user friendly package. The project team intends to define, develop and demonstrate the feasibility of these innovative and significant enhancements to HyDE with NASA's Advanced Diagnostic and Prognostics Testbed (ADAPT) as a realistic and sufficiently complex case study. More »

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