Network of Unmanned Systems Cyber Attacks over National Economy Infrastructures


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This paper aims to analyze the resource management of a Network of Unmanned Systems (NUMS - sensor network system), using a BDI (belief–desire–intention) agent algorithm in junction with Power Transitions Theory and Endogenous Economic Growth - AK model. The research covers sections of only advanced national economies, with a high-technology physical capital, depending on the cyber-economic planning, and focuses on future possible wars between the great world powers.



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Prof. Adrian Olaru




H. Moga et al., "Network of Unmanned Systems Cyber Attacks over National Economy Infrastructures", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 859, pp. 144-152, 2017

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December 2016




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