Modeling, analysis and design of secure networked control systems
Grant number: DP170104099 | Funding period: 2017 - 2020
This project aims to develop models, design and analysis techniques for secure Networked Control Systems (NCS). These could control large-scale and complex distributed systems. Improved NCS technology will underpin our ability to optimise water and energy use, live in sustainable communities and create greater efficiencies in manufacturing and transport globally. Only secure NCS design methodologies can use this emerging technology to deliver benefits while protecting it against cyber-attacks. Modelling and designing secure NCS with specific networks is expected to realise the full potential of existing and emerging technology.
Related publications (30)
Optimistic planning for the near-optimal control of nonlinear switched discrete-time systems with stability guarantees
M Granzotto, R Postoyan, L Busoniu, D Nesic, J Daafouz
Originating in the artificial intelligence literature, optimistic planning (OP) is an algorithm that generates near-optimal contro..
Stability guarantees for nonlinear discrete-time systems controlled by approximate value iteration
Romain Postoyan, Mathieu Granzotto, Lucian Busoniu, Bruno Scherrer, Dragan Nesic, Jamal Daafouz
Value iteration is a method to generate optimal control inputs for generic nonlinear systems and cost functions. Its implementatio..
An unknown input multi-observer approach for estimation, attack isolation, and control of lti systems under actuator attacks
T Yang, C Murguia, M Kuijper, D Nesic
We address the problem of state estimation, attack isolation, and control for discrete-time Linear Time Invariant (LTI) systems un..
A Generalized Hybrid Lyapunov Proof for Networked Control Systems: Improving the Maximum Allowable Transmission Interval
Stefan HJ Heijmans, Dragan Nesic, Romain Postoyan, WP Maurice H Heemels
A popular design framework for networked control systems (NCSs) is the emulation-based approach combined with hybrid dynamical sys..
A Robust Circle-criterion Observer-based Estimator for Discrete-time Nonlinear Systems in the Presence of Sensor Attacks
Tianci Yang, Carlos Murguia, Margreta Kuijper, Dragan Nesic
We address the problem of robust state estimation and attack isolation for a class of discrete-time nonlinear systems with positiv..