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Triggering mechanism using freely selected sensors for linear time-invariant systems

Abstract : Existing event-triggering sampling techniques for state feedback controllers generally use full state information. This may be a source of important computational and communication costs, particularly if sensors are numerous and/or distributed, as the triggering condition needs to be continuously evaluated. We propose an approach to redesign triggering mechanisms for linear time-invariant systems based on limited sensors information, which we freely select, and an internal scalar dynamic variable. We prove that the resulting closed loop system ensures a uniform global exponential stability property and that a uniform minimal inter-execution time is guaranteed. Besides stabilizability, no additional assumption on the system is needed. Guidelines are provided to derive the redesigned triggering conditions using linear matrix inequalities. We show on an academic example that, using a suitable choice of sensors and parameters, inter-execution times using our approach are comparable to those using triggering mechanisms that monitor the full state of the system
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Romain Postoyan, Antoine Girard. Triggering mechanism using freely selected sensors for linear time-invariant systems. 54th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, Dec 2015, Osaka, Japan. pp.4812-4817, ⟨10.1109/CDC.2015.7402970⟩. ⟨hal-01204815⟩



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