CPuS-IoT: A cyber-physical microservice and IoT-based framework for manufacturing assembly systems

  title={CPuS-IoT: A cyber-physical microservice and IoT-based framework for manufacturing assembly systems},
  author={Kleanthis Thramboulidis and Danai C. Vachtsevanou and Ioanna Kontou},
  journal={Annu. Rev. Control.},
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