Corpus ID: 219558966

An Ontological Metamodel for Cyber-Physical System Safety, Security, and Resilience Coengineering

  title={An Ontological Metamodel for Cyber-Physical System Safety, Security, and Resilience Coengineering},
  author={Georgios Bakirtzis and Tim Sherburne and Stephen Adams and Barry M. Horowitz and P. Beling and C. Fleming},
  • Georgios Bakirtzis, Tim Sherburne, +3 authors C. Fleming
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science, Engineering
  • ArXiv
  • System complexity has become ubiquitous in the design, assessment, and implementation of practical and useful cyber-physical systems. This increased complexity is impacting the management of models necessary for designing cyber-physical systems that are able to take into account a number of ``-ilities'', such that they are safe and secure and ultimately resilient to disruption of service. We propose an ontological metamodel for system design that augments an already existing industry metamodel… CONTINUE READING

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