Complex cyber-physical systems have become fundamental to modern society by effectively providing critical services and improving efficiency in various domains. Unfortunately, as systems become more connected and more complex, they also can become more vulnerable and less robust. As a result, various failure modes become more common and easily triggered from both unanticipated and malicious perturbations. Research has been conducted in the area of vulnerability analysis for cyber-physical systems, to assist in locating these possible vulnerabilities before they can fail. I present two case studies on different forms of critical infrastructure systems to identify vulnerabilities and understand how external perturbations can affect them, namely UAV drone swarms and municipal water infrastructure.
College and Department
Physical and Mathematical Sciences; Computer Science
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Lane, Sean Theodore, "Vulnerability Analysis of Infrastructure Systems" (2020). Theses and Dissertations. 8614.
Cyber-physical system, vulnerability, critical infrastructure, UAV swarm, municipal water