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Strengthening Adaptation in Cyber-Physical Systems via Meta-Adaptation Strategies
Ilias Gerostathopoulos, Tomas Bures, Petr Hnetynka, Adam Hujecek, Frantisek Plasil, Dominik Skoda
Article No.: 13
The dynamic nature of complex Cyber-Physical Systems puts extra requirements on their functionalities: they not only need to be dependable, but also able to adapt to changing situations in their environment. When developing such systems, however,...
QoS-Driven Data Processing Algorithms for Smart Electric Grids
Kedar Khandeparkar, Krithi Ramamritham, Rajeev Gupta
Article No.: 14
Smart-grid applications have widely varying data needs as well as bandwidth and latency requirements. The usual approach to accumulating the available data (e.g., from Phasor Measurement Units) at a centralized site and executing all the...
This article is concerned with the security of modern Cyber-Physical Systems in the presence of transient sensor faults. We consider a system with multiple sensors measuring the same physical variable, where each sensor provides an interval with...
On Exploiting Structured Human Interactions to Enhance Sensing Accuracy in Cyber-physical Systems
Hongwei Wang, Yunlong Gao, Shaohan Hu, Shiguang Wang, Renato Mancuso, Minje Kim, Poliang Wu, Lu Su, Lui Sha, Tarek Abdelzaher
Article No.: 16
In this article, we describe a general methodology for enhancing sensing accuracy in cyber-physical systems that involve structured human interactions in noisy physical environment. We define structured human interactions as domain-specific...