Robust control for uncertain networked control systems with by Dan Huang PDF

By Dan Huang

"Robust regulate for doubtful Networked keep watch over platforms with Random Delays" addresses the matter of research and layout of networked keep watch over platforms while the verbal exchange delays are various in a random model. The random nature of the time delays is average for commercially used networks, comparable to a DeviceNet (which is a controller quarter community) and Ethernet network.

The major procedure utilized in this booklet relies at the Lyapunov-Razumikhin approach, which leads to delay-dependent controllers. The lifestyles of such controllers and fault estimators are given by way of the solvability of bilinear matrix inequalities. Iterative algorithms are proposed to alter this non-convex challenge into quasi-convex optimization difficulties, which might be solved successfully by means of to be had mathematical instruments. eventually, to illustrate the effectiveness and benefits of the proposed layout procedure within the booklet, numerical examples are given in every one designed keep an eye on system.

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5) at time t, it follows from Leibniz–Newton formula that x(t ˜ − τ (i,t)) = x(t) ˜ − = x(t) ˜ − 0 −τ (i,t) 0 −τ (i,t) ˙˜ + θ )d θ x(t [Aik x(t ˜ + θ ) + Bik x(t ˜ − τ (i,t) + θ ) + Cik x(t ˜ − ρ (k,t) + θ )]d θ . 19) where τ (i,t) and ρ (k,t) are constant and Dik = Aik + Bik + Cik for the sake of simplification of notation. 20) where P(η1 (t), η2 (t)) is the positive constant symmetric matrix for each η1 (t) = i ∈ S and η2 (t) = k ∈ W . 21) where α1 = λmin (P(η1 (t), η2 (t))) and α2 = λmax (P(η1 (t), η2 (t))).

2ik Step 5. h¯ (i, k) is defined as follows: h¯ (i, k) = Step 6. τ × (β1ik + 3β2ik ) . β1∗ik + 3β2∗ik If Return h¯ (i, k) < τ ∗ (i) + ρ ∗ (k), stop. Else, return to step 2. 1. In Step 1, the initial data is obtained by assuming that the system has no time-delay. Note that Steps 2 and 3 are quasi-convex optimization problems [98]. Hence, these two steps guarantee the convergence of τ . In order to reduce the conservatism of imposing a single upper bound τ for all modes, we have Steps 4 and 5. Note that Step 4 is a convex problem.

08. 24. 2. Furthermore, under the same assumptions on the sampling period ha and hs , we choose ns = 3 and na = 1 to model the data dropouts in the communication channel. 44. 4. These results demonstrate the validity of the methodology put forward in this chapter. 4 Conclusion In this chapter, a technique of designing a dynamic output feedback controller for an uncertain NCS with random communication network-induced delays and data packet dropouts has been proposed. The main contribution of this work is that both the sensor-to-controller and controller-to-actuator delays/dropouts have been taken into account.

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