Julius Ollesch

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Event-based control paradigms are vital enablers for adaptive analytical control mechanisms needed in smart CPS. We describe the challenges of engineering events in CPS grounded in experience gathered by designing and implementing a prototype of an indoor location-aware public library system. Furthermore, we review existing event modeling and specification(More)
Given the advent of cyber-physical systems (CPS), event-based control paradigms such as complex event processing (CEP) are vital enablers for adaptive analytical control mechanisms. CPS are becoming a high-profile research topic as they are key to disruptive digital innovations such as autonomous driving, industrial internet, smart grid and ambient assisted(More)
Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) are interconnected systems that can measure, manipulate, and adapt their environment via sensors and actors. The high number of measured data means that a reliable and scalable communication infrastructure is indispensable, especially if data is processed in real time. Data can be available in different measurement qualities,(More)
Cyber-physical systems (CPS) require event-based control paradigms such as complex event processing (CEP) to have adaptive analytical control mechanisms. CPS are becoming a high-profile research topic as they are key to disruptive digital innovations. We discuss from a requirements engineering perspective how current approaches lack support for the(More)
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