2.2 ELECTRICAL, ELECTRONIC, INFORMATION ENGINEERING, Electrical and electronic engineering
This study addresses the issue of secure control design for cyber-physical systems (CPS) against denial of service (DoS) attacks. We take into account a continuous-time linear system with a convex quadratic performance measure and a sampled linear state feedback control. DoS attacks impose constraints on the CPS, where packets may be jammed between the sensor and controller by a malicious entity, potentially resulting in system instability and performance degradation. We assume that the attacker can perform DoS attacks with a limited time and frequency due to energy restrictions. We devise an efficient procedure using the linear matrix inequality approach to compute an upper bound on the performance degradation brought on by the DoS attack. We also propose a redesign of the controller to minimize this performance degradation. Finally, a simulation example illustrates the computation of the performance degradation under a bounded DoS attack and the design of a secure controller. Simulation results show that the designed controller effectively keeps the feedback loop’s performance and stability under attack.
Sana, Hira; Mustafa, Ghulam; Khan, Owais; Ashraf, Nouman; Khan, Abdul Qayyum; Abid, Muhammad; and Ur Rashid Khan, Haroom, "Analysis and Design of Secure Sampled-Data Control Subject to Denial-of-Service Attacks" (2023). Articles. 365.
Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan; Ministry of Planning, Development and Special Initiatives
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