Cyberphysical systems and control II
 Responsibility
 Dmitry G. Arseniev, Nabil Aouf, editors.
 Publication
 Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2023.
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 1 online resource (xvi, 677 pages) : illustrations (some color).
 Series
 Lecture notes in networks and systems ; v. 460. 23673389
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 Intro
 Preface
 Contents
 Abbreviations
 Fundamentals of CyberPhysical Systems
 PhysicsInformed Radial Basis Function Networks: Solving Inverse Problems for Partial Differential Equations
 1 Introduction
 2 Solving Algorithm
 3 Experimental Study
 4 Discussion
 5 Conclusion
 References
 On a Method for Identifying Failure Models of Complex Systems
 1 Introduction
 2 Baseline Conditions
 3 Conversion
 4 The Assertion
 4.1 Proof
 5 Algorithm of the Method
 5.1 Step 1
 5.2 Step 2
 5.3 Step 3
 5.4 Step 4
 6 Conclusion
 References
 Building Decentralized Resilient CyberPhysical Systems for Operating in Open Areas
 1 Introduction
 2 Materials and Methods
 3 Results
 4 Discussion
 5 Conclusion
 References
 Method of Expansion of Mathematical Tools of the Reliability Theory Due to the Properties of Stochastic Theory of Similarity
 1 Introduction
 2 Brief Overview of the Current State of the Reliability Theory
 2.1 Logical and Probabilistic Methods
 2.2 Statistical and Probabilistic Methods
 3 Similarity Theory and Its Application to Problems of Statistical Analysis
 4 Practical Application of Stochastic Similarity
 4.1 Potential Probability Distribution in Comparison Problems
 4.2 Stochastic Similarity
 5 Useful Properties of the Lemma and the Integral Transformation
 6 Discussion
 7 Conclusion
 References
 Control of Plane Poiseuille Flow Using the Kreiss Constant
 1 Introduction
 2 Transient Energy Growth
 3 Plane Poiseuille Flow
 4 Transient Energy Minimization Using Kreiss Constant Feedback Control
 5 Results
 5.1 OpenLoop
 5.2 Kreiss Constant Minimizing Controllers
 6 Conclusion
 References
 Modifications of SHAP for Local Explanation of FunctionValued Predictions Using the Divergence Measures
 1 Introduction
 2 Shapley Values and Model Explainability
 3 SHAP and Multiclassification Problems
 4 Distance Measures
 5 Numerical Experiments Using the Local Interpretation
 5.1 Numerical Experiments with Synthetic Data
 5.2 Numerical Experiments with Real Data
 6 Conclusion
 References
 Robust Models of Distance Metric Learning by IntervalValued Training Data
 1 Introduction
 2 Metric Learning by IntervalValued Data
 3 Linearization of the Problem
 3.1 A Dual Form Approach
 3.2 Extreme Points
 3.3 Testing Regime
 4 Conclusion
 References
 Measured Data Reconciliation Processed within Nonlinear Constraints Models in CyberPhysical Systems
 1 Introduction
 2 Problem Formalization: The Joint Measurements Reconciliation
 3 An Approximate Estimation of the Accuracy Increase Due to the Reconciliation Procedure
 4 The Accuracy Increase Estimation for the Case of Measurand Interrelations Model's Nonlinearity
 5 Using Example
 6 Conclusions
 References
 CyberPhysical Systems Technologies
 Publisher's summary

The book contains selected research papers presented at the 2nd International Conference on CyberPhysical Systems and Control (CPS&C'2021) which was held from 29 June to 2 July 2021 in St. Petersburg, Russia. The CPS&C'2021 Conference continues the series of international conferences that began in 2019 when the first International Conference on CyberPhysical Systems and Control (CPS&C'2019) took place. Cyberphysical systems (CPSs) considered a modern and rapidly emerging generation of systems with integrated wide computational, information processing, and physical capabilities that can interact with humans through many new modalities and application areas of implementation. The book covers the latest advances, developments and achievements in new theories, algorithms, models, and applications of prospective problems associated with CPSs with an emphasis on control theory and related areas. The multidisciplinary fundamental scientific and engineering principles that underpin the integration of cyber and physical elements across all application areas are discussed in the book chapters. The materials of the book may be of interest to scientists and engineers working in the field of cyberphysical systems, systems analysis, control systems, computer technologies, and similar fields.
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 Publication date
 2023
 Title variation
 Cyberphysical systems and control 2
 CPS&C'2021
 Series
 Lecture notes in networks and systems, 23673389 ; volume 460
 Note
 Includes author index.
 ISBN
 9783031208751 (electronic bk.)
 3031208757 (electronic bk.)
 9783031208744
 3031208749
 DOI
 10.1007/9783031208751