Special Issue "Cyber-Physical Systems: Theory & Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2019) | Viewed by 330
Interests: cyber-physical systems; automatic control; artificial intelligence; maritime
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Cyber-physical systems are a key technology enabling the development of highly automated and autonomous systems. The development of new complex and distributed safety-critical systems increases the challenges of testing due to a variety of verification and validation methods, and the strictly required confidence in the functional correctness of heterogenous cooperating systems and the management of test data. To facilitate these efforts, suitable engineering and risk assessment methods exist that are implemented using a test environment, building the basis for putting the system under test in a controlled test setting.
The research into cyber-physical systems addresses the close interactions and feedback loops between cyber components such as sensing systems, and dynamic physical components such as energy, robotic, maritime and mechanical systems. Various emerging technical challenges such as the rapid increase of functionalities, the significant uncertainties and the stringent requirements on performance, safety, security, flexibility and reliability require the design of increasingly complex cyber-physical system structures.
In this Special Issue, we are seeking submissions that focus on cyber-physical system trends. This Special Issue invites academic and industry researchers in computer science and engineering, electrical engineering and communication engineering, as well as industry engineers and practitioners, to contribute with original articles on all aspects of cyber-physical system trends.
The topics of interests include, but are not limited to, the following domains:
- Design, synthesis and verification of CPS
- Big data modeling and analytics for CPS
- Modeling and optimization for CPS
- Design automation for CPS
- Embedded systems
- CPS fault detection and recovery
- CPS security and privacy
- Industrial CPS and smart manufacturing
- Applications of CPS in various domains such as smart intellectual systems, automotive and transportation systems, smart healthcare, surveillance systems and robotics
Prof. Dr. Sergei Chernyi
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