The Contigenous Systems
(abbreviated CHS) is the name of a new paradigm introduced by us, in 2016. This paradigm refers to subclass of Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) and it approach focuses on aspects like contingency and heterogeneity.
The contigenous systems are CPS characterized by:
- regime change: the overall system behavior involves the existence of different operating modes and a switching between them
- hybrid dynamics: strong interaction between discrete and continuous dynamics
- embedded behavior: the system functions in a dynamic physical environment
- contingency: the system behavior can be perturbed by the environment or by internal events
- heterogeneity: the whole system is composed from heterogeneous subsystems
- complexity: this refers to complexity science and not to the large scale approach from engineering or the computational complexity from computer science
The CHS technology
- Modelling based on stochastic hybrid systems and extensions
- Analysis based on stochastic reachability analysis
- Case studies: air traffic management
- Manuela Bujorianu, Marius Bujorianu “Interdisciplinary Modeling of Autonomous Systems Deployed in Uncertain Dynamic Environments” Springer Verlag, Lecture Notes In Electrical Engineering, vol. 85(4), 2010:337-
- Manuela Bujorianu, Marius Bujorianu “State Constrained Reachability Analysis of Stochastic Hybrid Systems” Elsevier-IFAC Analysis and Design of Hybrid Systems Vol. 3(1), 2008:168-173.
- Marius Bujorianu, Manuela L.Bujorianu, Howad Barringer, “A Formal framework for user centric control of probabilistic multi-agent cyber-physical systems”, Springer Verlag, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence Vol. 5405, 2008:97-116.
- M. Bujorianu, J. Lygeros, Marius. Bujorianu: “Bisimulation of general stochastic hybrid systems”,Springer Verlag, Lecture Notes In Computer Science Vol. 3414, 2004:198-216
©Marius Bujorianu, August 2017