An Adaptive Cyber-Physical System Framework for Cyber-Physical Systems Design Automation
This chapter on the dissertation of U. John Tanik  by describing an automated approach to Cyber-Physical Systems design utilizing an Adaptive Cyber-Physical System Framework (ACPSF). The ACPSF is based on the Artificial Intelligence Design Framework (AIDF) supported by a NASA training grant from 2004 to 2006 at UAB .
KeywordsTransportation Assure Assimilation
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