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As communication networks are implemented for information exchange between the master and slave sides of bilateral teleoperation systems, they are exposed to cyber-attack threats. This paper aims to analyse the performance of bilateral teleoperation systems in the presence of random denial-of-service (DoS) attacks and constant transmission delays and propose a mode-dependent switching controller to mitigate the influence of DoS attacks. The characteristics of DoS attacks and networks aredoi:10.1049/cps2.12015 fatcat:q66a5pcxfnbbdkaop4mszmezni