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研究生:洪佐松
研究生(外文):Hung, Tso-Sung
論文名稱:基於鑑別分類器GAN進行機械故障診斷的領域自適應
論文名稱(外文):Domain Adaptation for Machinery Fault Diagnosis Based on Critic Classifier GAN
指導教授:賴尚宏
指導教授(外文):Lai, Shang-Hong
口試委員:李哲榮林彥宇鄭嘉珉
口試委員(外文):Lee, Che-RungLin, Yen-YuCheng, Chia-Ming
口試日期:2023-06-09
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立清華大學
系所名稱:智慧製造跨院高階主管碩士在職學位學程
學門:工程學門
學類:工業工程學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2023
畢業學年度:111
語文別:英文
論文頁數:42
中文關鍵詞:深度學習故障診斷無監督域適應
外文關鍵詞:Deep learningFault diagnosisUnsupervised domain adaptation
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領域自適應是機械故障診斷領域的一個關鍵挑戰,因為傳統故障診斷模型的性能在應用於不同的工作條件或域時會顯著降低。本論文中,我們提出了一種用於機械故障診斷領域自適應的鑑別分類器生成對抗網路 (Critic Classifier Generative Adversarial Network GAN)新方法。我們的方法旨在通過對齊源域和目標域來提高診斷性能,從而實現它們之間的高效知識轉移。我們利用 Critic Classifier GAN 框架的強大功能,該框架結合了生成器對抗網路和鑑別分類器,來學習域不變表示並準確分類故障模式。此外,我們採用差異損失函數,如最大平均差異(MMD)和最大分類器差異(MCD)方法,以進一步增強域對齊和分類對齊。與現有領域自適應技術相比,對各種機械故障數據集進行的實驗評估證實了我們提出的方法的有效性和穩健性。 我們的研究有效地解決了域轉移所帶來的挑戰,並在各種工作條件下的機械故障診斷中取得了最佳性能。
Domain adaptation is a crucial challenge in the field of machinery fault diagnosis, as the performance of traditional fault diagnosis models can significantly degrade when applied to different working conditions or domains. In this thesis, we propose a novel approach for domain adaptation in machinery fault diagnosis based on the Critic Classifier Generative Adversarial Network (GAN). Our method aims to improve diagnostic performance by aligning the source and target domains, enabling effective knowledge transfer between them. We leverage the power of the Critic Classifier GAN framework, which incorporates both a generator adversarial network and a critic classifier, to learn domain-invariant representations and classify fault patterns accurately. Additionally, we employ domain discrepancy loss functions, such as Maximum Mean Discrepancy (MMD) and the Maximum Classifier Discrepancy (MCD) method, to further enhance domain alignment and classifiers to align distributions. Experimental evaluations conducted on various mechanical failure datasets confirm the effectiveness and robustness of our proposed method in comparison to existing domain adaptation techniques. Our proposed solution effectively overcomes the challenges arising from domain shift and achieved state-of-the-art performance in machinery fault diagnosis under various working conditions.
摘要-----------------------------------------I
ABSTRACT-------------------------------------II
誌謝-----------------------------------------III
目錄-----------------------------------------IV
List of Figures------------------------------VI
List of Tables-------------------------------VII
Chapter 1 Introduction-----------------------1
1.1 Motivation-------------------------------1
1.2 Problem Statement------------------------3
1.3 Contributions----------------------------5
1.4 Thesis Organization----------------------6
Chapter 2 Related Works----------------------7
2.1 ML/DL Learning-based Methods ------------7
2.2 Domain Adaptation Methods----------------10
Chapter 3 Proposed Method--------------------14
3.1 Overview---------------------------------14
3.2 Problem Formulation----------------------16
3.3 Network Architecture---------------------17
3.4 Domain Alignment Method:-----------------18
3.6 Objective Function-------------------20
3.6.1 Adversarial loss---------------------20
3.7 Training Procedure-------------------20
Chapter 4 Data Preparation-------------------23
4.1 Descriptions of Datasets-----------------23
4.1.1 CWRU Dataset---------------------------23
4.1.2 JUN Dataset----------------------------24
4.2 Data Preprocessing-----------------------24
4.2.1 Input Types----------------------------25
4.2.2 Data Splitting-------------------------27
4.2.3 Normalization--------------------------27
Chapter 5 Experiments------------------------28
5.1 Implementation and Experiment Settings---28
5.2 Experiment Comparison--------------------29
5.2.1 Comparison with CWRU-------------------29
5.2.2 Comparison with JUN--------------------32
5.3 Ablation Study---------------------------36
Chapter 6 Conclusions------------------------39
References-----------------------------------40
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