Superseded Standard

IEEE/IEC 62243-2002

IEC/IEEE International Standard - Artificial intelligence exchange and service tie to all test environments (AI-ESTATE)

AI-ESTATE is a set of specifications for data interchange and for standard services for the test and diagnostic environment. The purpose of AI-ESTATE is to standardize interfaces between functional elements of an intelligent diagnostic reasoner and representations of diagnostic knowledge and data for use by such diagnostic reasoners. Formal information models are defined to form the basis for a format to facilitate exchange of persistent diagnostic information between two reasoners, and also to provide a formal typing system for diagnostic services. This standard then defines the services to manipulate diagnostic information and to control a diagnostic reasoner.

Sponsor Committee
BOG/SCC20 - SCC20 - Test and Diagnosis for Electronic Systems
Learn More About BOG/SCC20 - SCC20 - Test and Diagnosis for Electronic Systems
Status
Superseded Standard
Superseded by
62243-2010
Board Approval
2002-06-13
History
ANSI Approved:
2002-11-13
Published:
2002-11-20

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE SA Board of Governors
Sponsor Committee
BOG/SCC20 - SCC20 - Test and Diagnosis for Electronic Systems
Learn More About BOG/SCC20 - SCC20 - Test and Diagnosis for Electronic Systems

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