ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN OF CYBER-PHYSICAL SYSTEMS BUILT ON THE INTERNET OF THINGS PLATFORMS
Discusses the architectural stage of designing cyber-physical systems built on fog computing platforms. The main types of variability encountered in modern cyber-physical systems are analyzed, the architecturally significant characteristics are determined, and typical statements of architectural design problems for the class of systems under consideration are given. The sequence of architectural decision-making in the design of cyber-physical systems with a high level of variability is proposed. Typical mechanisms for managing variability are considered. The impact of variability on the main architecturally significant parameters, such as performance, availability, and total cost of ownership, is evaluated. The proposed approach focuses primarily on the design of large-scale distributed cyber-physical systems. The considered approach was used in the construction of a number of real cyber-physical systems belonging to various subject domains, such as production systems, a system for monitoring the state of cable television systems. currently, the authors are working on the creation of an educational content management system.
Authors: S. A. Abbas, A. I. Vodyaho, N. A. Zhukova
Direction: Informatics, Computer Technologies And Control
Keywords: Architectural design, agility, cyber-physical systems, Internet of things, fog platforms
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