The University of Michigan

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Visible to the public CPS Synergy: Collaborative Research: Formal Design of Semi-autonomous Cyber Physical Transportation Systems

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The goal of this project is to develop fundamental theory, computationally efficient algorithms, and real-world experiments for the analysis and design of safety-critical cyber-physical transportation systems with human operators. To this end, we propose a modeling, theoretical, and experimental collaborative effort combining human factors, control theory, and computer science. As crashes at traffic intersections account for about 40% of overall vehicle crashes, we will focus on intersection crashes in this project.

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Visible to the public Foundations Of Resilient CybEr-physical Systems (FORCES)

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Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) are being increasingly deployed in critical infrastructures such as electric-power, water, transportation, and other networks. These deployments are facilitating real-time monitoring and closed-loop control by exploiting the advances in wireless sensor-actuator networks, the internet of "everything," data-driven analytics, and machine-to-machine interfaces. CPS operations depend on the synergy of computational and physical components.