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Intelligence for cyber-physical systems

Description

With ever-growing proliferation of cyber-physical systems in all walks of life, their properties like adaptation ability, dependability, security and timeliness are of utmost importance. The built-in intelligence in cyber-physical systems will have to face these challenges to ensure problem-free, continuous operation of such systems, maximum security, effectiveness and real time operability. The course will focus on dependability and reliability issues as well as propose intelligent mechanisms to guarantee appropriate performance within an evolving, time invariant environment, optimal harvesting and management of the residual energy, identify faults within a model-free framework, solve the compromise between output accuracy and computational complexity.

 

REFERENCES

  • C.Alippi, Intelligence for Embedded Systems: a Methodological approach, Springer, 2014
  • E.Dubrova, Fault-Tolerant Design, Springer, 2013
  • Technical papers and reference material provided by the professors

People

 

Alippi C.

Course director

Malek M.

Course director

Milosevic J.

Assistant

Additional information

Semester
Spring
Academic year
2016-2017
ECTS
6
Education