1st Edition

Intelligent Techniques for Cyber-Physical Systems

    356 Pages 110 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    Intelligent Techniques for Cyber-Physical Systems covers challenges, opportunities, and open research directions for cyber-physical systems (CPS). It focuses on the design and development of machine learning and metaheuristics-enabled methods as well as blockchain for various challenges like security, resource management, computation offloading, trust management, and others in edge, fog, and cloud computing, Internet of Things (IoT), Internet of Everything (IoE), and smart cities. It also includes the design and analysis of deep learning-based models, sensing technologies, metaheuristics, and blockchain for complex real-life systems for CPS.

    • Offers perspectives on the research directions in CPS;
    • Provides state-of-the-art reviews on intelligent techniques, machine learning, deep learning, and reinforcement learning-based models for cloud-enabled IoT environment;
    • Discusses intelligent techniques for complex real-life problems in different CPS scenarios;
    • Reviews advancements in blockchain technology and smart cities;
    • Explores machine learning-based intelligent models for combinatorial optimization problems.

    The book is aimed at researchers and graduate students in computer science, engineering, and electrical and electronics engineering.

    1. Delay-Aware Partial Computational Offloading and Resource Allocation in Fog-Enabled Cyber-Physical Systems
    Mohit Kumar Saxena, Anmol Chaddha, and Sudhir Kumar

    2. Enhancing the Security of Cryptographic Algorithms in Cloud-Based Cyber-Physical Systems (CCPSs)
    Md Saquib Jawed, Mohammad Sajid, Maria Lapina, and Mukesh Prasad

    3. Containerized Deployment of Microservices in Cloud Computing
    Shivam and Dinesh Kumar

    4. RSS-Based Smart Device Localization Using Few-Shot Learning in IoT Networks
    Mohammad Zeeshan, Ankur Pandey, and Sudhir Kumar

    5. Data-Driven Risk Modelling of Cyber-Physical System
    Shakeel Ahamad, Ratneshwer Gupta, and Mohammad Sajid

    6. Automation of the Process of Analysis of Information Security Threats in Cyber-Physical Systems
    Elena Basan, Olga Peskova, Maria Lapina, and Mohammad Sajid

    7. IoT in Healthcare: Glucose Tracking System
    V. Manjuladevi and S. Julie Violet Joyslin

    8. Intelligent Application to Support Smart Farming Using Cloud Computing: Future Perspectives
    J. Rajeswari, J.P. Josh Kumar, S. Selvaraj, and M. Sreedhar

    9. Cybersecurity in Autonomous Vehicles
    Balvinder Singh, Md Ahateshaam, Anil Kumar Sagar, and Abhisweta Lahiri

    10. Use of Virtual Payment Hubs over Cryptocurrencies
    Satyam Kumar, Dayima Musharaf, Seerat Musharaf, and Anil Kumar Sagar

    11. Akaike’s Information Criterion Algorithm for Online Cashback in Vietnam
    Bùi Huy Khôi

    12. Capacitated Vehicle Routing Problem Using Algebraic Harris Hawks Optimization Algorithm
    Mohammad Sajid, Md Saquib Jawed, Shafiqul Abidin, Mohammad Shahid, Shakeel Ahamad, and Jagendra Singh

    13. Technology for Detecting Harmful Effects on the UAV Navigation and Communication System
    Elena Basan, Nikita Sushkin, Maria Lapina, and Mohammad Sajid

    14. Current and Future Trends of Intelligent Transport System Using AI in Rural Areas
    B. Iswarya and B. Radha

    15. Future Technology: Internet of Things (IoT) in Smart Society 5.0
    Arun Kumar Singh, Mahesh Kumar Singh, Pushpa Chaoudhary, and Pushpendra Singh

    16. IoT, Cloud Computing, and Sensing Technology for Smart Cities
    Kazi Nahian Haider Amlan, Mohammad Shamsu Uddin, Tazwar Mahmud, and Nahiyan Bin Riyan

    17. Utilization of Artificial Intelligence in Electrical Engineering
    Shailesh Kumar Gupta

    18. Major Security Issues and Data Protection in Cloud Computing and IoT
    S. Thavamani and C. Nandhini


    Mohammad Sajid is Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Aligarh Muslim University, India. He has completed his Ph.D., M.Tech., and MCA degrees at the School of Computer and Systems Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi. His research interests include parallel and distributed computing, cloud computing, bio-inspired computation, and combinatorial optimization problems. He has published one patent and was awarded a research start-up grant in 2017 from University Grants Commission (UGC), India.

    Anil Kumar Sagar is Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Sharda University Greater Noida, India. He completed his B.E., M.Tech., Ph.D. in Computer Science. His research interests include mobile ad hoc networks and vehicular ad hoc networks, IoT, and artificial intelligence. He has received a Young Scientist Award for the year 2018–2019 from the Computer Society of India and the Best Faculty Award for the years 2006 and 2007 from SGI, Agra.

    Jagendra Singh is Associate Professor in the School of Computer Science, Engineering and Technology, Bennett University, Greater Noida. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. His areas of interest are natural language processing (information retrieval system, recommendation system, sentiment analysis) and machine learning (deep learning, neural network, and data analytics).

    Osamah Ibrahim Khalaf is Senior Assistant Professor in Engineering and Telecommunications at Al-Nahrain University/College of Information Engineering. He holds 10 years of university-level teaching experience in computer science and network technology, holds patents, and has received several medals and awards due to his innovative work and research activities. He earned his Ph.D. in Computer Networks from the Faculty of Computer Systems and Software Engineering, University of Malaysia Pahang. He has overseas work experience at Binary University in Malaysia and University of Malaysia Pahang.

    Mukesh Prasad is Senior Lecturer at the School of Computer Science in the Faculty of Engineering and IT at the University of Technology Sydney. His research interests include big data, computer vision, brain–computer interface, and evolutionary computation. He is also working in the field of image processing, data analytics, and edge computing. His research is backed by industry experience, specifically in Taiwan, where he was the principal engineer (2016–2017) at the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC). He received a Ph.D. from the Department of Computer Science at the National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan (2015).