A Wavelet-Based Approach to Rotorcraft UAV Sensor Failure Detection
abnormal status of a sensor in the output signal can be identified by the multi-scale representation of the signal. Once the instants are detected, the distribution differences of the signal energy on all decomposed wavelet scales of the signal before and after the instants are used to claim and classify the sensor faults.
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