Dynamical Bayesian Significance Testing for Information on Performance Variation of Rolling Bearing for Space Applications

Xintao Xia, Jiaqi Zhu


A dynamical Bayesian significance testing method is proposed to examine information on performance variation of rolling bearings for space applications under the condition of an unknown probability distribution and trend in advance. Sub-series of time series of rolling bearing performance are obtained via a regularly sampling, probability density functions of sub-series are acquired with bootstrap and maximum entropy theory, a referenced sequence from sub-series is found by minimum variance principle, posterior probability density function is established according to Bayesian theory, and mutation probability is defined in the light of fuzzy set theory. At the given significance level, dynamical Bayesian significance testing for information on performance variation of rolling bearings is put into effect with the help of mutation probability. Experimental investigation presents that the method proposed can effectively detect variation information of rolling bearing performance with unknown probability distributions and trends.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/mer.v3n1p163


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