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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Dmitrii Kovalev
Developing of Methods of Designing the Decision Supporting System for Supporting Sensor System Health
Computer Systems and Networks
(Master’s programme)
2017
Ensuring the stable operation of the system is a complex multicriteria task with a large number of alternatives. Using DSS allows you to save time, which allowed him to diagnose critical conditions.

In this paper, methods for supporting decision-making were considered, and suitable ones were chosen to solve a particular problem.

Also, to ensure clarity, the terms self-repair and self-repair were introduced.

In addition to considering the DSS methods, an overview was also given of various ways of self-healing electronic circuits and self-repair of robots.

Then, based on the review, a methodology was proposed for constructing the DSS based on selected methods that work in view of the presence of sets, alternatives and constraints imposed on them, and a mechanism for operating the methodology in the system.

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