Weighted Kernel Entropy Component Analysis for Fault Diagnosis of Rolling Bearings
AbstractThis paper presents a supervised feature extraction method called weighted kernel entropy component analysis (WKECA) for fault diagnosis of rolling bearings. The method is developed based on kernel entropy component analysis (KECA) which attempts to preserve the Renyi entropy of the data set after dimension reduction. It makes full use of the labeled information and introduces a weight strategy in the feature extraction. The class-related weights are introduced to denote differences among the samples from different patterns, and genetic algorithm (GA) is implemented to seek out appropriate weights for optimizing the classification results. The features based on wavelet packet decomposition are derived from the original signals. Then the intrinsic geometric features extracted by WKECA are fed into the support vector machine (SVM) classifier to recognize different operating conditions of bearings, and we obtain the overall accuracy (97%) for the experimental samples. The experimental results demonstrated the feasibility and effectiveness of the proposed method. View Full-Text
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Zhou, H.; Shi, T.; Liao, G.; Xuan, J.; Duan, J.; Su, L.; He, Z.; Lai, W. Weighted Kernel Entropy Component Analysis for Fault Diagnosis of Rolling Bearings. Sensors 2017, 17, 625.
Zhou H, Shi T, Liao G, Xuan J, Duan J, Su L, He Z, Lai W. Weighted Kernel Entropy Component Analysis for Fault Diagnosis of Rolling Bearings. Sensors. 2017; 17(3):625.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zhou, Hongdi; Shi, Tielin; Liao, Guanglan; Xuan, Jianping; Duan, Jie; Su, Lei; He, Zhenzhi; Lai, Wuxing. 2017. "Weighted Kernel Entropy Component Analysis for Fault Diagnosis of Rolling Bearings." Sensors 17, no. 3: 625.
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