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Event-triggered and self-triggered stabilization of distributed networked control systems

Abstract : Event-triggered and self-triggered control have recently been proposed as implementation strategies that considerably reduce the resources required for control. Although most of the work so far has focused on closing a single control loop, some researchers have started to investigate how these new implementation strategies can be applied when closing multiple-feedback loops in the presence of physically distributed sensors and actuators. In this paper, we consider a scenario where the distributed sensors, actuators, and controllers communicate via a shared wired channel. We use our recent prescriptive framework for the event-triggered control of nonlinear systems to develop novel policies suitable for the considered distributed scenario. Afterwards, we explain how self-triggering rules can be deduced from the developed event-triggered strategies.
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Romain Postoyan, Paulo Tabuada, Dragan Nesic, Adolfo Anta. Event-triggered and self-triggered stabilization of distributed networked control systems. 50th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control and European Control Conference, CDC-ECC 2011, Dec 2011, Orlando, United States. pp.CDROM. ⟨hal-00637979⟩



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