Dynamic watermarking for general LTI systems

@article{Hespanhol2017DynamicWF,
  title={Dynamic watermarking for general LTI systems},
  author={Pedro Hespanhol and Matthew Porter and Ram Vasudevan and Anil Aswani},
  journal={2017 IEEE 56th Annual Conference on Decision and Control (CDC)},
  year={2017},
  pages={1834-1839}
}
Detecting attacks in control systems is an important aspect of designing secure and resilient control systems. Recently, a dynamic watermarking approach was proposed for detecting malicious sensor attacks for SISO LTI systems with partial state observations and MIMO LTI systems with a full rank input matrix and full state observations; however, these previous approaches cannot be applied to general LTI systems that are MIMO and have partial state observations. This paper designs a dynamic… 

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