Principles of Cyber-Physical Systems Construction for the Needs of Crops Cultivation

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Lviv Polytechnic National University

On the basis of the hierarchical structure of a typical cyber-physical system and main stages of crops cultivation, the list of the subsystems necessary for the creation of such a system is considered. The structures and recommendations for these systems are expounded, and the generalized structural scheme of the given cyber-physical system is described issuing from the four main objects of the research: seeding material, soil, intermediate harvest benefits, harvesting, stocking or primary processing. The application of the matrix method for the assessment of production processes quality as well as final products,
which is realized at different hierarchical levels of a cyberphysical system, is proposed. The approach to the analysis of system functioning at all stages of crops cultivation is represented. The principles of data matrices forming at hierarchical levels of a cyber-physical system in combination with the applied subsystem types are presented.

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