6 April 2000 NASA aviation safety program: Aircraft Engine Health Management Data Mining Tools roadmap
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Aircraft Engine Health Management Data Mining Tools is a project led by NASA Glenn Research Center in support of the NASA Aviation Safety Program's Aviation System Monitoring and Modeling Thrust. The objective of the Glenn-led effort is to develop enhanced aircraft engine health management prognostic and diagnostic methods through the application of data mining technologies to operational data and maintenance records. This will lead to the improved safety of air transportation, optimized scheduling of engine maintenance, and optimization of engine usage. This paper presents a roadmap for achieving these goals.
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Jonathan S. Litt, Jonathan S. Litt, Donald L. Simon, Donald L. Simon, Claudia Meyer, Claudia Meyer, Hans DePold, Hans DePold, J. Russell Curtiss, J. Russell Curtiss, Howard Winston, Howard Winston, Yao Wang, Yao Wang, Irv Statler, Irv Statler, Yuri Gawdiak, Yuri Gawdiak, } "NASA aviation safety program: Aircraft Engine Health Management Data Mining Tools roadmap", Proc. SPIE 4057, Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery: Theory, Tools, and Technology II, (6 April 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.381744; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.381744
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