ASU Electronic Theses and Dissertations
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In this dissertation, two problems are addressed in the verification and control of Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS): 1) Falsification: given a CPS, and a property of interest that the CPS must satisfy under all allowed operating conditions, does the CPS violate, i.e. falsify, the property? 2) Conformance testing: given a model of a CPS, and an implementation of that CPS on an embedded platform, how can we characterize the properties satisfied by the implementation, given the properties satisfied by the model? Both problems arise in the context of Model-Based Design (MBD) of CPS: in MBD, the designers start from a set …
- Abbas, Houssam, Fainekos, Georgios, Duman, Tolga, et al.
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