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See detailData driven discovery of cyber physical systems
Yuan, Ye; Tang, Xiuchuan; Zhou, Wei et al

in Nature Communications (2019)

Cyber-physical systems embed software into the physical world. They appear in a wide range of applications such as smart grids, robotics, and intelligent manufacturing. Cyber-physical systems have proved ... [more ▼]

Cyber-physical systems embed software into the physical world. They appear in a wide range of applications such as smart grids, robotics, and intelligent manufacturing. Cyber-physical systems have proved resistant to modeling due to their intrinsic complexity arising from the combination of physical and cyber components and the interaction between them. This study proposes a general framework for discovering cyber-physical systems directly from data. The framework involves the identification of physical systems as well as the inference of transition logics. It has been applied successfully to a number of real-world examples. The novel framework seeks to understand the underlying mechanism of cyber-physical systems as well as make predictions concerning their state trajectories based on the discovered models. Such information has been proven essential for the assessment of the performance of cyber- physical systems; it can potentially help debug in the implementation procedure and guide the redesign to achieve the required performance. [less ▲]

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See detailInput online review data and related bias in recommender systems
Piramuthu, Selwyn; Kapoor, Gaurav; Zhou, Wei et al

in Decision Support Systems (2012), 53(3), 418-424

A majority of extant literature on recommender systems assume the input data as a given to generate recommendations. Both implicit and/or explicit data are used as input in these systems. The existence of ... [more ▼]

A majority of extant literature on recommender systems assume the input data as a given to generate recommendations. Both implicit and/or explicit data are used as input in these systems. The existence of various challenges in using such input data including those associated with strategic source manipulations, sparse matrix, state data, among others, are sometimes acknowledged. While such input data are also known to be rife with various forms of bias, to our knowledge no explicit attempt is made to correct or compensate for them in recommender systems. We consider a specific type of bias that is introduced in online product reviews due to the sequence in which these reviews are written. We model several scenarios in this context and study their properties. [less ▲]

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