Estimation of Energy Costs in a Network Cyber- Kinematic System with Mobile Devices
Keywords:cyber-physical system, discrete-switchable control function, Dubins law, energy consumption, movable sensor node, ubiquitous sensor network
The object of research in this article is a ubiquitous sensor communication network, consisting of sensor nodes that control the physical space, moving in space according to a certain law of motion, and a base station that accumulates information, processes and makes prompt decisions. The subject of the research is the energy consumption models of the ubiquitous sensor network, which provides interaction between sensor nodes in the physical and information space. The purpose of the study is to identify the mutual influence on energy consumption during information interaction of sensor nodes, taking into account the law of motion in space. The paper gives definitions of a certain class of cyber-physical systems. An estimate of energy consumption for organizing data transmission between a mobile sensor device moving in space according to a given Dubins law of motion and a base station is proposed. Also presented is the solution of a two-point control problem for the kinematic component of a network cyber-physical system using a discrete-switchable control function.
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