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Introduction to Cyber-Physical Systems

Description

Cyber-physical and embedded systems increasingly pervade all walks of our lives where applications range from agriculture and healthcare to energy, manufacturing and social networks. The course will provide a course overview of the Master program on cyber-physical and embedded systems. Basic concepts and forms of computing in CPS and embedded systems will be discussed and properties such as real time, dependability, cyber-intelligence, safety and security will be covered. Basic scheduling techniques will be introduced as well as overview of key protocols for wireless communication will be presented. Then main operating systems and processor architectures used in the CPS and embedded systems will be reviewed followed by applications case studies and trends.

 

REFERENCES

  • Rajeev Alur, Principles of Cyber-Physical Systems, MIT Press, 2015
  • Peter Marwedel, Embedded Systems Design, Springer, 2006

People

 

Baddour R.

Course director

Malek M.

Course director

Additional information

Semester
Fall
Academic year
2016-2017
ECTS
3
Education