Data processing techniques in distrubuted systems

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Supervisor:
Dr. Vörös András
Department of Measurement and Information Systems

Cyber Physical Systems are IT systems that interact with the physical environment to perform a variety of tasks. Typically, they observe their environment through sensors and influence the functioning of the physical world through interveners. Cyber-physical systems often perform critical tasks, for example in power plants, cars or factories. Today's critical cyber-physical systems are typically distributed. Designing and operating these critical systems is a complex task that the traditional toolkit is not always sufficient. Frequent real-time requirements or high extrafunctional requirements often require proper planning and system components.

In my diploma work, I present the process of designing and preparing a demonstrator sample system that I have produced, which illustrates the data collection, data visualization and intervention tasks of a critical area. During the presentation of the sample system, I will address the requirements of the demonstrator system, the design of the communication and software architecture, and the data analysis and intervention components. After describing the design process, I present the model of the system and finally describe the process of implementing the planned and modeled system in detail.

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