105年第1學期-5572 工業4.0之虛實系統 課程資訊
授課教師SHIMON Y NOF
Cyber-Physical systems (CPS) have emerged for local, regional, and wide-area networks of both infrastructure and smart services and grids. They rely on (and cannot work well without) wireless communication, distributed automation and robotics, and collaborative control. I.E. researchers have identified collaborative e-Work (c-Work) as the foundation for CPS e-Services, e-Supply, and e-Business, and other electronic production/repair activities.
As a new way of working in the digital economy, CPS enable e-Work with collaborative, cyber (computing- communication-and-control-) supported work in highly distributed and networked organizations of humans /robots /sensors/autonomous systems.
Better CPS are designed with higher levels of CI (Collaborative Intelligence; see Table below, following Nof, Ch. 3, Springer Handbook of Automation, 2009.) This course is devoted to learning the basic principles, theories, models, and applications for the design of effective CPS, both locally and globally. Relevant and emerging discoveries at Purdue and elsewhere are also presented.
授課教師：SHIMON Y NOF
Revolutionizing Collaboration through e-Work, e-Business, and e-Service, Nof, Ceroni, Jeong, Moghaddam, Springer 2015