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Cross-Domain Noise Impact Evaluation for Black Box Two-Level Control CPS.

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Cross-Domain Noise Impact Evaluation for Black Box Two-Level Control CPS. / Tan, Feng; Liu, Liansheng; Winter, Stefan; Wang, Qixin; Suri, Neeraj; Bu, Lei; Peng, Yu; Liu, Xue; Peng, Xiyuan.

In: TCPS, Vol. 3, No. 1, 2, 01.01.2019.

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Tan, F, Liu, L, Winter, S, Wang, Q, Suri, N, Bu, L, Peng, Y, Liu, X & Peng, X 2019, 'Cross-Domain Noise Impact Evaluation for Black Box Two-Level Control CPS.', TCPS, vol. 3, no. 1, 2. https://doi.org/10.1145/3226029

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Tan, F., Liu, L., Winter, S., Wang, Q., Suri, N., Bu, L., Peng, Y., Liu, X., & Peng, X. (2019). Cross-Domain Noise Impact Evaluation for Black Box Two-Level Control CPS. TCPS, 3(1), [2]. https://doi.org/10.1145/3226029

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Tan, Feng ; Liu, Liansheng ; Winter, Stefan ; Wang, Qixin ; Suri, Neeraj ; Bu, Lei ; Peng, Yu ; Liu, Xue ; Peng, Xiyuan. / Cross-Domain Noise Impact Evaluation for Black Box Two-Level Control CPS. In: TCPS. 2019 ; Vol. 3, No. 1.

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abstract = "Control Cyber-Physical Systems (CPSs) constitute a major category of CPS. In control CPSs, in addition to the well-studied noises within the physical subsystem, we are interested in evaluating the impact of cross-domain noise: the noise that comes from the physical subsystem, propagates through the cyber subsystem, and goes back to the physical subsystem. Impact of cross-domain noise is hard to evaluate when the cyber subsystem is a black box, which cannot be explicitly modeled. To address this challenge, this article focuses on the two-level control CPS, a widely adopted control CPS architecture, and proposes an emulation based evaluation methodology framework. The framework uses hybrid model reachability to quantify the cross-domain noise impact, and exploits Lyapunov stability theories to reduce the evaluation benchmark size. We validated the effectiveness and efficiency of our proposed framework on a representative control CPS testbed. Particularly, 24.1% of evaluation effort is saved using the proposed benchmark shrinking technology.",
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