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vol 63 / December, 2020
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DOI 10.17586/0021-3454-2018-61-11-947-955

UDC 004. 413.2

MODELS AND PROGRAM COMPLEX FOR SOLVING PLANNING PROBLEMS OF MEASURING AND COMPUTING OPERATIONS IN CYBER-PHYSICAL SYSTEMS

D. I. Nazarov
St. Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation of the RAS; Post-Graduate Student


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Abstract. A poly-model description is proposed for functioning of cyber-physical systems. The systems under consideration are multifunctional hardware-software complexes designed to receive (transmit), store, and process information, as well as to generate control actions on the objects of service that perform a given set of targets and are not parts of the cyber-physical system. The description is based on a novel dynamic interpretation of the relevant processes. The stage of planning of measuring and computing operations carried out by the cyber-physical system to determine its location and position, is considered in view of special importance of the operations in solution to the problems of control over the objects. An information on the software complex providing solutions to the problem of operational planning of measuring and computing tasks, is presented
Keywords: planning of measuring and computing operations, dynamic models, optimal program control, program means

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