Fakultät für Informatik

TU München - Fakultät für Informatik
Software- and Systems Engineering Research Group

TUM

Proseminar | Winter Term 2013/2014
Model-Based Problem Solving

 

Overview:

News:

Content:

Model-based systems represent a class of knowledge based systems that are currently employed in more and more industrial areas. Their specialty is the distinct separation of the system represented by a model and the task specific problem solving knowledge. By separating system model and problem solving techniques it becomes possible to use the model for different problem settings.

Example Applications:

  • Fault Diagnosis in vehicles and other technical systems
  • Environment Modeling and Decision Support Systems
  • Current research at MQM: Automatic Training plan generation and interactive support for trainers and trainees in fitness studios

Supervisor:

Prof. Peter Struss and Florian Grigoleit.
For questions, please contact Florian Grigoleit

Aim:

The students learn in small teams to acquaint themselves in a scientific topic, to analyze literature, to write a scientific paper, and to present their results in front of academic peers.

Modul: IN0013
Enrollment: Please contact Florian Grigoleit via email (grigolei@in.tum.de)
Miscellaneous: Number of students is limited to 15
Time and Room Tuesdays, 10-12am, Room: 01.11.038 (v. Neumann)

Ablauf:

  • Students will work in small teams (2-3 students / team).
  • The results have to be presented either in English or in German.
  • The students write a 10 to 12 page paper (English / German) on their topic. A Word-Template for the paper will be provided

Supporting materials:

Template for essay (.doc /.docx): not yet available
Template for presentation slides (.ppt / .pptx): not yet available

Topics:

  • Qualitative modeling
  • Consistency-based diagnosis
  • Process-oriented modeling
  • Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA)

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