Generalization of an Outlier Model into a "Global" Perspective
This work is supported in part by Semiconductor Research Corporation projects 2012-TJ-2268, 2013-TJ-2466, and by National Science Foundation Grant No. 1255818.
2015 IEEE International Test Conference
Outliers (Statistics), Automobiles -- Electronic equipment, Semiconductors -- Measurement
n this work, we study the generalization of an outlier model from two perspectives, temporal and spatial. We show that model generalization with existing distribution-based outlier analysis methods can vary significantly. We then propose a “big data” outlier analysis approach together with a probability-based outlier evaluation for improving model generalization. Experiments are conducted based on two automotive product lines to explain the concepts and demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed approach.
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Siatkowski, S., Chang, C. L., Wang, L. C., Sumikawa, N., Winemberg, L., & Daasch, W. R. (2015, October). Generalization of an outlier model into a "global" perspective. In Test Conference (ITC), 2015 IEEE International (pp. 1-10). IEEE.