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Cyber-Physical System

S. Indrakshi, S. Kavya


Cyber-Physical System (CPS), a new generation of digital system, mainly focuses on complex interdependencies and integration between cyberspace and physical world. A CPS is composed of highly-integrated computation, communication, control, and physical elements. CPS is currently of interest in academic, industry, and government. However, a systematic and extensive review of research on CPS by examining existing literature from 2012   to 2017 is scopus database. Specifically, 77 pages studying application of CPS are grouped into 10 categories and reviewed. The contents of the papers in each research category are summarized. The challenges and trends of research on CPS are illustrated as well


Cyber-Physical System; Review; Applications.

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