Towards Customizable CPS: Composability, Efficiency and Predictability

@inproceedings{Yi2017TowardsCC,
  title={Towards Customizable CPS: Composability, Efficiency and Predictability},
  author={Wang Yi},
  booktitle={ICFEM},
  year={2017}
}
  • W. Yi
  • Published in ICFEM 13 November 2017
  • Computer Science
Today, many industrial products are defined by software, and therefore customizable by installing new applications on demand - their functionalities are implemented by software and can be modified and extended by software updates. This trend towards customizable products is extending into all domains of IT, including Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) such as cars, robotics, and medical devices. However, these systems are often highly safety-critical. The current state-of-practice allows hardly any… 

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