# Interpretation of diagnosis problem of system level self-diagnosis

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Abstract:

The paper represents the analysis of the main issues of system level self-diagnosis and explanation of its three basic problems. The main attention is paid to the problem of diagnosis which is expressed with the help of set theory. The influence of made assumptions concerning the allowable faulty sets on the diagnosis results is discussed with the help of simple example.

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Math. Model. Comput. Vol.2, No.1, pp.71-76 (2015)