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Resilient Control in Cyber-Physical Systems: Countering Uncertainty, Constraints, and Adversarial Behavior

Sean Weerakkody, Carnegie Mellon University, USA, sweerakk@andrew.cmu.edu Omur Ozel, George Washington University, USA, ozel@gwu.edu Yilin Mo, Tsinghua University, China, ylmo@tsinghua.edu.cn Bruno Sinopoli, Carnegie Mellon University, USA, brunos@andrew.cmu.edu
 
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Sean Weerakkody, Omur Ozel, Yilin Mo and Bruno Sinopoli (2019), "Resilient Control in Cyber-Physical Systems: Countering Uncertainty, Constraints, and Adversarial Behavior", Foundations and Trends® in Systems and Control: Vol. 7: No. 1-2, pp 1-252. http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/2600000018

Published: 02 Dec 2019
© 2019 S. Weerakkody, O. Ozel, Y. Mo and B. Sinopoli
 
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In this article:
1. Introduction
2. Modeling
3. Networked Control Systems
4. Secure Cyber-Physical Systems
5. Privacy
6. Conclusions
References

Abstract

Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS), the amalgamation of sophisticated sensing, communication, and computing technologies, applied to physical spaces, have become intrinsically linked to society’s critical infrastructures. Indeed, CPS find applications in energy delivery systems, intelligent transportation, smart buildings and health care. Within these systems, technological advances have enabled mankind to improve their ability to both accurately monitor large scale systems and precisely manipulate their behavior in order to achieve complex local and global objectives. Nonetheless, the opportunities created by CPS are met with significant burdens and challenges, threatening the resilience of these systems to both benign failures and malicious attacks. In this monograph, we provide a comprehensive survey of intelligent tools for analysis and design that take fundamental steps towards achieving resilient operation in CPS. Here, we investigate the challenges of achieving reliable control and estimation over networks, particularly in the face of uncertainty and resource constraints. Additionally, we examine the threat of bad actors, formulating realistic models

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Table of contents:
1. Introduction
2. Modeling
3. Networked Control Systems
4. Secure Cyber-Physical Systems
5. Privacy
6. Conclusions
References

Resilient Control in Cyber-Physical Systems: Countering Uncertainty, Constraints, and Adversarial Behavior

Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS), the amalgamation of sophisticated sensing, communication, and computing technologies, applied to physical spaces, have become intrinsically linked to society’s critical infrastructures.

This monograph provides a comprehensive survey of intelligent tools for analysis and design that take fundamental steps towards achieving resilient operation in CPS. The authors investigate the challenges of achieving reliable control and estimation over networks, particularly in the face of uncertainty and resource constraints. The threat of bad actors, formulating realistic models to characterize adversaries as well as systematic tools to detect and respond to attacks is covered before finishing with a brief introduction to the problem of privacy in CPS, providing both measures to describe and techniques to preserve the confidentiality of sensitive information.

This monograph is the first comprehensive survey of the increasingly important topic of Cyber-Physical Systems. It provides researchers and students with a concise overview of the state-of-the-art of the field in a systems and control framework.

 
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