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To ensure nuclear power plants are running safely, operators closely scrutinize a slew of different measurements, monitoring for any signs of wear-out. Take the example of the electro-hydraulic system controlling the plant’s turbines. Operators collect weekly samples of the control fluid, looking for an uptick in acids that indicate the fluid is starting to break down.

The problem is deciphering what are the important, underlying trends and what is simply noise in the data — short-term fluctuations caused by variations in the chemical processes and environment...

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