IET Cyber-Physical Systems: Theory & Applications is a fully open access journal that addresses the close interactions and feedback loop between cyber, and dynamic physical components, and challenges from a system perspective.


Professor Shiyan Hu Elected as a Member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts

We are pleased to announce that Professor Shiyan Hu, Editor-in-Chief of IET Cyber-Physical Systems: Theory & Applications, has been elected as a member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts for significant contributions to the design, optimisation and security of cyber-physical systems.

On behalf of the journal, congratulations to Professor Shiyan Hu on this outstanding achievement.


 

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Joint safety and security risk analysis in industrial cyber‐physical systems: A survey

  •  14 June 2024

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There is a dearth of literature reviews encapsulating recent advancements in safety and security (S&S) joint risk analysis for industrial Cyber-Physical Systems, which provides the motivation for this study. The authors review the methodologies in this field, delve into the S&S relationships involved, and propose 12 criteria for evaluating these methods. Furthermore, the current research limitations were analysed and potential directions were suggested for future research.

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Resilience quantification model for cyber‐physical power systems

  •  14 June 2024

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A novel resilience model and quantification framework are proposed. The model is based on a resilience trapezoid that depicts the different phases of the cyber and physical domains during severe natural or anthropogenic events.

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Cyber‐physical system model based on multi‐agent system

  •  12 June 2024

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This research proposes a novel CPS model based on Multi-Agent Systems (MAS). The MAS framework is employed to overcome the challenges associated with CPS design, such as coordination, dependability, maintainability, robustness, security, control etc. The results of this exploration are significant in their contribution to the advancement of CPS modelling by utilising Multi-Agent Systems.

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