A large number of coupled systems in nature and society can be modeled by complex cyber-physical networks, whose normal functioning significantly relies on the tight interactions between its physical and cyber components. Many modern critical infrastructures can be appropriately modelled as complex cyber-physical networks. Typical examples of such infrastructures are power grids, the Internet, WWW, and public transportation systems. The ubiquity of such networked systems leads to many important and fascinating scientific problems concerning how network topologies and parameters affect collective dynamics, and how to control them. Analysis and control of complex cyber-physical networks have received a lot of attention recently, from various scientific and engineering communities. Furthermore, revealing the fundamental properties and controlling the collective behaviors of networked systems not only can provide a better understanding of the emergence mechanisms for cooperative behaviors, but also can provide benefits to various applications of cyber-physical networked systems, such as smart grids, Internet of Things and unmanned aircraft systems.
The focus of this special issue is on new approaches to analysis and synthesis of complex cyber-physical networks as well as their potential practical applications. The special issue aims to establish a forum for international researchers from different fields of electrical engineering, bioinformatics, systems and control theory, and applied mathematics, to present and evaluate the most recent developments and new ideas on analysis and synthesis of complex cyber-physical networks, regarding both fundamental theory and practical applications. The topics to be covered include, but are not limited to:
|Deadline for Submissions||November 30, 2020|
|Completion of First Review||February 28, 2021|
|Completion of Final Review||May 31, 2021|
|Receipt of Final Manuscript||August 31, 2021|
|Publication||January 31, 2022 (Tentatively Vol. 24:1)|
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(Ms.) Adeline Wu
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