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The NASA Prognostics Algorithm Package is a framework for model-based prognostics (computation of remaining useful life) of engineering systems. It includes algorithms for state estimation and prediction, including uncertainty propagation. The algorithms use prognostic models (see prog_models) to perform estimation and prediction. The package enables rapid development of prognostics solutions for given models of components and systems. Algorithms can be swapped for comparative studies and evaluations

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Prognostics Algorithm Python Package

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The Prognostic Algorithm Package is a python framework for model-based prognostics (computation of remaining useful life) of engineering systems, and provides a set of algorithms for state estimation and prediction, including uncertainty propagation. The algorithms take as inputs prognostic models (from NASA's Prognostics Model Package), and perform estimation and prediction functions. The library allows the rapid development of prognostics solutions for given models of components and systems. Different algorithms can be easily swapped to do comparative studies and evaluations of different algorithms to select the best for the application at hand.

This is designed to be used with the Prognostics Models Package.

Installation

pip3 install prog_algs

Documentation

See documentation here

Repository Directory Structure

src/prog_algs/ - The prognostics algorithm python package
   |- metrics/ - Tools for analyzing the results of state estimation and prognostics    |- predictors/ - Algorithms for performing the prediction step of model-based prognostics
   |- state_estimators/ - Algorithms for performing the state estimation step of model-based prognostics
   |- uncertain_data/ - Tools for storing and manipulating data with uncertainty
   |- visualize/ - Tools for visualizing the results of state estimation and prognostics
docs/ - Project documentation (see also github.io)
sphinx_config/ - Configuration for automatic documentation generation
examples/ - Example Python scripts using prog_algs
tests/ - Tests for prog_models
README.md - The readme (this file)

Citing this repository

Use the following to cite this repository:

@misc{2021_nasa_prog_algs,
    author    = {Christopher Teubert and Matteo Corbetta and Chetan Kulkarni},
    title     = {Prognostics Algorithm Python Package},
    month     = Nov,
    year      = 2021,
    version   = {1.2.0},
    url       = {https://github.com/nasa/prog_algs}
    }

The corresponding reference should look like this:

C. Teubert, M. Corbetta, C. Kulkarni, Prognostics Algorithm Python Package, v1.2.0, Nov. 2021. URL https://github.com/nasa/prog_algs.

Acknowledgements

The structure and algorithms of this package are strongly inspired by the MATLAB Prognostics Algorithm Library and the MATLAB Prognostics Metrics Library. We would like to recognize Matthew Daigle, Shankar Sankararaman and the rest of the team that contributed to the Prognostics Model Library for the contributions their work on the MATLAB library made to the design of prog_algs

Notices

Copyright © 2021 United States Government as represented by the Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. All Rights Reserved.

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