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Sparse representations of phase-type distributions
A phase-type distribution is the distribution of hitting time in a finite-state Markov chain. A phase-type distribution is triangular if one can find an upper triangular markovian representation for
Phase-type distributions and representations: Some results and open problems for system theory
This paper focuses mainly on the representation problem which consists of finding a Markov chain associated with some phase-type distribution, a realization problem in the sense of system theory with a lot of links with the classical linear system theory.
A generic property of phase-type representations
It is proved that, generically, an irreducible structured representation of a given order corresponds to a distribution whose degree is equal to this order.
Corrupted GOOSE Detectors: Anomaly Detection in Power Utility Real-Time Ethernet Communications
The paper first introduces main GOOSE protocol mechanisms and gives a brief state of the art regarding GOOSE attack management before presenting the architecture and the detectors.
ECO-Lab : an open lab for flexible distant education in digital technologies for energy
This presentation concerns an open « learning by doing » lab project of ENSE3 with support from IdEx program of Université Grenoble Alpes. Project’s objective is to build a cross-disciplinary, open,
A Hybrid Model and MIMO Control for Intelligent Buildings Temperature Regulation over WSN
Abstract The aim of this paper is to propose a model-based feedback control strategy for indoor temperature regulation in buildings equipped with underfloor air distribution (UFAD). Supposing
A Test bed dedicated to the Study of Vulnerabilities in IEC 61850 Power Utility Automation Networks
This paper presents the operational part, giving details on the power grid hardware-in-the-loop simulation and its importance in the understanding of cyber consequences on the global system, and preliminary experimental results showing consequences of a false data injection attack on a simple electrical architecture.
We consider the continuous model of a two machines with finite intermediary buffer production line. The behavior of the machines is controlled by finite homogeneous Markov chains. We study a
Detecting Process-Aware Attacks in Sequential Control Systems
This paper builds on results from runtime verification and specification mining to automatically infer and monitor process specifications and introduces the notion of activity, which has relevance to both specification mining and attack detection in the context of sequential control systems.