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Cyber protection for commercial keep an eye on platforms: From the point of view of Close-Loop presents a accomplished technical consultant on updated new safe protecting theories and applied sciences, novel layout, and systematic figuring out of safe structure with useful purposes. The ebook contains 10 chapters, that are divided into 3 parts.

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IEEE, 2010. 31. L. Shi, P. Cheng, and J. Chen. Sensor data scheduling for optimal state estimation with communication energy constraint. Automatica, 47(8):1693– 1698, 2011. 30 Cyber Security for Industrial Control Systems 32. L. Shi, M. Epstein, and R. M. Murray. Kalman filtering over a packetdropping network: a probabilistic perspective. IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, 55(3):594–604, 2010. 33. L. S. Jia, Y. Mo, and B. Sinopoli. Sensor scheduling over a packetdelaying network. Automatica, 47(5):1089–1092, 2011.

37), we have e(t + 1) = (A + KC)e(t) + (B + KD)w(t), e(0) = 0, r(t) = Ce(t) + Dw(t). 36). 33) with a detectable pair of (A,C) and y(0 : T ) = 0, then x(0 : T ) ∞ ≤ inf K:A+KC strictly stable w(:) E(K) 1 δ ∞ ≤ δ. 8 The assumption that (A,C) is detectable implies the existence of K such that A + KC is strictly stable. 37). The condition y(0 : T ) = 0 implies that x(0 ˆ : T ) = 0. 4 we have x(0 : T ) ∞ = x(0 : T ) − x(0 ˆ : T) = e(0 : T ) ∞ ≤ e(:) ∞ ∞ ≤ E(K) 1 δ. 41). 3 Fundamental Limit This subsection is devoted to establishing a nonexistence proof of a secure estimator under certain conditions.

1 Introduction In this chapter, we consider the problem of inferring the system state from sensory data in an adversarial environment, where some of the sensors are compromised by an adversary and can report arbitrary readings. Our goal is to construct a secure state estimator, whose estimation error is bounded regardless of the adversary’s action. 2, we consider the estimation problem in a static setting, where we try to estimate the state using the measurements collected at a single time step.

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