A spatio-temporal fractal model for a CPS approach to brain-machine-body interfaces

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Capturing the mathematical features of physical and cyber processes is essential for endowing the CPS with built-in intelligence. In this paper, we develop a compact yet accurate mathematical model able to capture the spatio-temporal fractal cross-dependencies between coupled processes and illustrate its benefits within the context of brain-machine-body… (More)

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@article{Xue2016ASF, title={A spatio-temporal fractal model for a CPS approach to brain-machine-body interfaces}, author={Yuankun Xue and Saul Rodriguez and Paul Bogdan}, journal={2016 Design, Automation & Test in Europe Conference & Exhibition (DATE)}, year={2016}, pages={642-647} }