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T. Alexander, Z. Alexander, M. Eduard, G. Valeria and I. Alexander. Description and fault diagnosis in autonomous underwater vehicles based on ontologies // 2022 International Conference on Ocean Studies (ICOS), Vladivostok, Russian Federation. - IEEE, 2022. Pp. 39-44. ISBN: 978-1-6654-7373-6. DOI: 10.1109/ICOS55803.2022.10033380.
The paper proposes new ontologies for describing and diagnosing malfunctions of subsystems of autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV) as a part of the development of a previously created approach to the intelligent diagnosis of these vehicles using knowledge bases. To implement this approach, it is proposed to use two knowledge bases, one of which describes malfunctions, features for their identification and actions necessary to adapt to the negative consequences caused by the appearance of these malfunctions. The other database contains information about the main subsystems of the AUV, devices and replaceable modules, as well as the states they may be in. Knowledge bases are used in the work of the intelligent control-emergency system (ICES) on board the AUV, which allows for comprehensive functional diagnostics of all subsystems of the device, including payload modules, as well as adaptation to the consequences of emerging malfunctions, taking into account the actual cause-and-effect relationships between them. To test the system’s operability, a prototype was developed. The results of the prototype simulation showed that ICES performs the tasks and can be implemented on the onboard computers of existing AUV using well-known programming technologies.