Posters and Abstracts

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Visible to the public SDO - Software Defined Orchestration for Fog Computing

Fog computing refers to distributing cloud services and extending them up to the edge of the network, allowing processing close to the source of data n that guarantees a timely response, network traffic reduction, and scalability. In contrast to cloud computing, fog computing utilizes resources from various levels in the network hierarchy n thereby posing the need for seamless resource management.

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Visible to the public Real-time tracking using camera networks and multi-modal sensing with the Foglets Framework

Georgia Tech police department is using a proprietary system to manage over 700 cameras on campus. The current approach requires administrators to click on each camera pin on the map and watch the stream to find out useful information, or wade through backup camera videos to track incidents. This process requires a lot of human labor and is not scalable. We use fog computing infrastructure to provide real-time object tracking, with car tracking across space and time as a concrete use-case.

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Visible to the public Improving the Rebalancing operation in Bike Sharing Systems with Data-Driven Cyber-Control

This CPS project is driven by largescale online multimodal transit feeds to achieve equilibrium in demand and supply relationship in transportation CPS systems through cyber-control.

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Visible to the public Subtractive 3D Printing with Machine Tools using HPC

Direct digital manufacturing (DDM) is the practice of creating a physical part directly from a computer-aided design (CAD) model with minimal process planning. DDM is typically applied in additive manufacturing (AM) processes, which offer rapid implementation and the ability to produce complex geometry. However, the treatment of subtractive manufacturing (SM) in the context of DDM is still lacking. SM is a decades- old process that is responsible for the production of many parts in the world today. SM and AM have distinct advantages and disadvantages.

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Visible to the public CPS- Synergy- CNC Process Plan Simulation, Automation and Optimization

Machining is a fundamental processing capability critical to production of end-user goods and systems, as well as components used in virtually every industrial process. Machine tool programming to support these processes is critical for production and cost estimation. Unfortunately, currently available automated process planning methods constrain the process along geometrically simple trajectories due to computational constraints, this at the sacrifice of final processing efficiency.

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Visible to the public CPS- Breakthrough- Development of Novel Architectures for Control and Diagnosis of Safety-Critical Complex Cyber-Physical System

The project is developing novel architectures for control and diagnosis of complex cyber--physical systems subject to stringent performance requirements in terms of safety, resilience, and adaptivity. These ever--increasing demands necessitate the use of formal model--based approaches to synthesize provably--correct feedback controllers.

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Visible to the public CAREER- A Compositional Approach to Modular Cyber-Physical Control System Design

Complex, networked, distributed cyber-physical systems (CPSs) are emerging in many safety-critical application domains such as aerospace and automotive. Design of such systems heavily relies on insights and experiences of engineers as principled design methodologies that can cope with the complexity of these systems are lacking. As a result, extensive testing and fine-tuning is required to ensure that the final product satisfies the design objectives.