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Author Banerjee, Ayan ♦ Gupta, Eep K. S.
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword New Frontier ♦ Cyber-physical System ♦ Physical Environment ♦ Practical Computer Science ♦ Large Scale Complex Interaction ♦ Requirement Need Accurate Understanding ♦ Smart Sensor ♦ Control System ♦ Hybrid System ♦ Cps Behavior ♦ Inter-disciplinary Approach Towards Problem ♦ Mathematical Tool ♦ Definition Mission ♦ Time Invariance ♦ Non-emergent Behavior ♦ Long Term Sustainable Operation ♦ Common Assumption ♦ Several Domain ♦ Cps Project ♦ Desired Accuracy ♦ Desired Guarantee
Abstract Abstract—With the advent of smart sensors and actuators, computing units are interacting with the physical environment at a much larger scale than ever before, through feedback and controlled actuation. Such cyber-physical systems (CPSes) are by definition mission critical and have strict requirements on safety, security, sustainability, reliability, and long term sustainable operation. Guaranteeing these requirements needs accurate understandings of the large scale complex interactions of the computing units with the physical environment and an inter-disciplinary approach towards problem solving in several domains such as control systems, hybrid systems, and operating systems. Common assumptions of linearity, time invariance, dimensionality, non-emergent behavior are no longer applicable. This paper presents some outcomes of NSF funded CPS projects to illustrate inapplicability of existing mathematical tools to characterize CPS behavior with desired accuracy, and new frontiers in theoretical and practical computer science that have to be overcome in order to design CPSes with the desired guarantees on requirements. I.
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Educational Use Research
Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study
Learning Resource Type Article