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Efficient Analsysis on Map Reduce-Based Ensemble Learning Technique with Several Classifier Methods and Impact of Diversity for Condition-Based Maintenance with Concept Drifts

Journal: International Journal of Engineering and Techniques (Vol.4, No. 2)

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Page : 694-705

Keywords : Concept drift; ensemble learning; mapReduce; condition-based maintenance; Industry 4.0;

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Condition-based maintenance (CBM) in Industry 4.0 gathers an enormous measure of generation information stream persistently from IoT gadgets appended to machines to conjecture the time when to keep up machines or supplant parts. Be that as it may, as conditions of machines change progressively with time inferable from machine maturing, glitch or substitution, the concept of catching the guaging design from the information stream could float erratically so it is elusive a strong determining technique with high accuracy. Subsequently, this work proposes a group learning strategy with different classifier composes and assorted variety for CBM in assembling ventures, to address the predisposition issue when utilizing just a single base classifier write. Beside controlling information assorted variety, this strategy incorporates numerous classifier writes, dynamic weight changing, and information based adaption to concept drifts for disconnected learning models, to advance accuracy of the determining model and exactly identify and adjust to concept drifts. With these highlights, the proposed technique requires capable registering assets to viably react to down to earth CBM applications. Consequently, moreover, the execution of this strategy based on the MapReduce framework is proposed to increment computational productivity. Recreation comes about demonstrate that this strategy can recognize and adjust to all concept drifts with a high accuracy rate.

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