Optimization and Control of Cyber-Physical Vehicle Systems
AbstractA cyber-physical system (CPS) is composed of tightly-integrated computation, communication and physical elements. Medical devices, buildings, mobile devices, robots, transportation and energy systems can benefit from CPS co-design and optimization techniques. Cyber-physical vehicle systems (CPVSs) are rapidly advancing due to progress in real-time computing, control and artificial intelligence. Multidisciplinary or multi-objective design optimization maximizes CPS efficiency, capability and safety, while online regulation enables the vehicle to be responsive to disturbances, modeling errors and uncertainties. CPVS optimization occurs at design-time and at run-time. This paper surveys the run-time cooperative optimization or co-optimization of cyber and physical systems, which have historically been considered separately. A run-time CPVS is also cooperatively regulated or co-regulated when cyber and physical resources are utilized in a manner that is responsive to both cyber and physical system requirements. This paper surveys research that considers both cyber and physical resources in co-optimization and co-regulation schemes with applications to mobile robotic and vehicle systems. Time-varying sampling patterns, sensor scheduling, anytime control, feedback scheduling, task and motion planning and resource sharing are examined. View Full-Text
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Bradley, J.M.; Atkins, E.M. Optimization and Control of Cyber-Physical Vehicle Systems. Sensors 2015, 15, 23020-23049.
Bradley JM, Atkins EM. Optimization and Control of Cyber-Physical Vehicle Systems. Sensors. 2015; 15(9):23020-23049.Chicago/Turabian Style
Bradley, Justin M.; Atkins, Ella M. 2015. "Optimization and Control of Cyber-Physical Vehicle Systems." Sensors 15, no. 9: 23020-23049.