Cyber-physical systems are now widespread in applications of paramount importance, from traffic control to healthcare and robotics applications. Modelling cyber-physical systems making use of artificial intelligent methodologies is very difficult, because of unpredictability in AI algorithms timing performances. This paper proposes a methodology to model Intelligent Cyber-Physical Systems, relying on hierarchical hybrid models. The proposed modelling method is used to develop an autonomous robot for face-detection and face-recognition, and some experiments were proposed to validate its performances. © 2013 University of Applied Science, Regensburg.

A Hierarchical Hybrid Model for Intelligent Cyber-Physical Systems

CLAUDI, ANDREA;SERNANI, PAOLO;DOLCINI, Gianluca;PALAZZO, Luca;DRAGONI, Aldo Franco
2013

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Cyber-physical systems are now widespread in applications of paramount importance, from traffic control to healthcare and robotics applications. Modelling cyber-physical systems making use of artificial intelligent methodologies is very difficult, because of unpredictability in AI algorithms timing performances. This paper proposes a methodology to model Intelligent Cyber-Physical Systems, relying on hierarchical hybrid models. The proposed modelling method is used to develop an autonomous robot for face-detection and face-recognition, and some experiments were proposed to validate its performances. © 2013 University of Applied Science, Regensburg.
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