Information and Signal Actions in the Cyber-Physical Systems Hierarchy Control


The cyber-physical systems complex control is being studied based on information and signal actions of the cyber-physical production processes dynamics. Information action is a result of the virtual environment operation processes modelling, which is transmitted to the digital connection channels control physical loop. The signal action is formed in the integrated computing automatics system and controls electromechanically the equipment moving parts. The technological processes double control technology is based on the mathematical similarity evaluation for the cyber-physical systems states parameters being calculated or being physically watched. The information and signal actions are produced in the automatics loops creating the hierarchy structures of different levels. The double control purpose, which is the base of cyber-physical production intellectual control is to adapt cyber-physical systems for the technological environment properties being changed dynamically. There is a scheme of interconnected and interacting physical and virtual cyber-physical systems loops. In the example of two-level production workshop hierarchy system there is a way described how to control technological processes in the information and signal actions aspects.

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Shukalov, A. V., Babenkov, V. I., Zharinov, I. O., & Zharinov, O. O. (2023). Information and Signal Actions in the Cyber-Physical Systems Hierarchy Control. In P. Stanimorovic, A. A. Stupina, E. Semenkin, & I. V. Kovalev (Eds.), Hybrid Methods of Modeling and Optimization in Complex Systems, vol 1. European Proceedings of Computers and Technology (pp. 31-38). European Publisher.