Decision Analytics in Practice: Improving Data Analytics in Pulsed Power Environments Through Diagnostic and Subsystem Clustering

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2022-01-04
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Yu, Andy
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Modern day processes depend heavily on data-driven techniques that use large datasets clustered into relevant groups help them achieve higher efficiency, better utilization of the operation, and improved decision making. However, building these datasets and clustering by similar products is challenging in research environments that produce many novel and highly complex low-volume technologies. In this work, the author develops an algorithm that calculates the similarity between multiple low-volume products from a research environment using a real-world data set. The algorithm is applied to pulse power operations data, which routinely performs novel experiments for inertial confinement fusion, radiation effects, and nuclear stockpile stewardship. The author shows that the algorithm is successful in calculating similarity between experiments of varying complexity such that comparable shots can be used for further analysis. Furthermore, it has been able to identify experiments not traditionally seen as identical.
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Practitioner Research Insights: Applications of Science and Technology to Real-World Innovations, clustering, experiments, pulsed power, systems
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4 pages
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Proceedings of the 55th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
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