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|Title:||Fault Detection for Cyber-Physical Systems: Smart Grid case|
|Abstract:||The problem of fault detection and isolation in cyber-physical systems is growing in importance following the trend to have an ubiquitous presence of sensors and actuators with network capabilities in power networks and other areas. In this context, attacks to power systems or other vital components providing basic needs might either present a serious threat or at least cost a lot of resources. In this paper, we tackle the problem of having an intruder corrupting a smart grid in two different scenarios: a centralized detector for a portion of the network and a fully distributed solution that only has limited neighbor information. For both cases, differences in strategies using Set-Valued Observers are discussed and theoretical results regarding a bound on the maximum magnitude of the attacker’s signal are provided. Performance is assessed through simulation, illustrating, in particular, the detection time for various types of faults in IEEE testbed scenarios.|
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