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On a class of quadratic tests for detection of abrupt changes in signals and systems

Abstract : We address the problem of detecting changes (faults) in systems and signals. We establish new results on a class of quadratic change detection algorithms which are based on the /spl chi//sup 2/ statistic (/spl chi//sup 2/-CUSUM, /spl chi//sup 2/-GLR and /spl chi//sup 2/-FSS algorithms). We compare optimal sequential and nonsequential (fixed-size sample) strategies in the problem of abrupt change detection in multivariate Gaussian signals. However, the optimal sequential algorithms lead to a burdensome number of arithmetical operations. In order to reduce the computational burden we examine the recursive versions of the /spl chi//sup 2/-CUSUM and /spl chi//sup 2/-GLR algorithms. It is shown that these recursive algorithms have statistical performances which are similar to the original algorithms. We also propose a very simple heuristic solution to the case of unknown magnitude of change. This solution is a competitor for the window-limited GLR algorithm.
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Igor Nikiforov. On a class of quadratic tests for detection of abrupt changes in signals and systems. 1998 American Control Conference (ACC), Jun 1998, Philadelphia, United States. pp.751-755 vol.2, ⟨10.1109/ACC.1998.703508⟩. ⟨hal-02353877⟩



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