PROJECT TITLE :
Design and Implementation of Secure Networked Predictive Control Systems Under Deception Attacks
This transient addresses the safety issues of knowledge transmitted in networked management systems (NCSs), especially confidentiality, integrity and authenticity. A secure networked predictive management system (SNPCS) design is presented, that integrates the info Encryption Standard (DES) algorithm, Message Digest (MD5) algorithm, timestamp strategy, and recursive networked predictive management (RNPC) method. The former 3 parts are used to form a secure transmission mechanism between the controller aspect and also the plant facet, that is responsible for imposing the data confidentiality and checking the data integrity and authenticity. To guarantee the control system performance when tormented by deception attacks, the RNPC method based mostly on spherical-trip time delays is proposed to compensate for the adverse effects introduced by the deception attacks furthermore as the network communication constraints, such as time-varying network delay, packet disorder and packet dropout. A theoretical result using the switched system theory is obtained for the closed-loop stability of the RNPC system. Practical experiments are performed to demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed SNPCS.
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