A model-based prediction approach for the stabilization of network controlled systems with strong communication limitations

Abstract : This paper addresses the problem of stabilizing uncertain nonlinear plants over a shared limited-bandwidth packet-switching network. We adopt a model-based approach to remotely compute a predictive control signal on a suitable time horizon. By exploiting the inherent packets payload, this technique effectively reduces the bandwidth required to guarantee stability. Communications are assumed to be ruled by a rather general protocol model, which encompasses many protocols used in practice. An explicit bound on the combined effects of the maximum time between consecutive accesses to each node (MATI) and the transmission and processing delays (MAD), for both measurements and control packets, is provided as a function of the basin of attraction and the model accuracy. Our control strategy is shown to be robust with respect to sector-bounded uncertainties in the plant model. Sampling of the control signal is also explicitly taken into account. A case study is presented which enlightens the great improvements induced by the packet-based control strategy over existing methods.
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Luca Greco, Antoine Chaillet, Antonio Bicchi. A model-based prediction approach for the stabilization of network controlled systems with strong communication limitations. 2nd Int. Conf. on Advances in Control and Optimization of Dynamical Systems (ACODS), Feb 2012, Bangalore, India. pp.9. ⟨hal-00827539⟩

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