A study by a National Academies’ Computer Science and Telecommunications Board committee on software dependability has been completed and will be published in May 2007. The report discusses the meaning of dependability in a software and systems context, illustrates how the growing use and complexity of software necessitates a different approach to ensuring dependability, and recommends an approach to achieving justifiable confidence in and greater dependability of software.
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Integration of various sub-systems has been one of the most time consuming and costly endeavor in the automotive domain. For example, in automotive industry the vehicle control system rely on system components manufactured by different vendors with their own software and hardware. What is needed is a new system science that enables the reliable and cost effective integration of independently developed system components.
The principal objective of this project is the development of novel control architectures and computationally efficient controller design algorithms for distributed cyber-physical systems with decentralized information infrastructures and limited communication capabilities. Interest is in distributed cyber-physical systems where the system components are able to communicate with one another.