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Quantized Event-Triggered Static Output Feedback Stabilization

Conference Paper (international conference)

Bakule Lubomír, Papík Martin, Rehák Branislav


serial: Proceedings of the 12th IEEE International Conference on Control & Automation (ICCA) 2016, p. 499-504

action: The 12th IEEE International Conference on Control & Automation (ICCA) 2016, (Kathmandu, NP, 01.06.2016-03.06.2016)

project(s): GA13-02149S, GA ČR

keywords: sensor networks and networked control, robust control and systems, event-triggering

abstract (eng):

The article presents new sufficient conditions for the stabilization of decentralized model-based event-triggered control systems with quantized static output feedback. Relative threshold strategies with logarithmic quantizers are developed for unstructured, I/O-structured and interaction-structured uncertain nominally linear dynamical systems. A disjoint subsysteminterconnection structure is analyzed for interaction-structured plants. The error thresholds are designed in a decentralized manner for structured systems, when only local information about the system is available. A numerical illustrative example of quantized coupled subsystems with uncertainties in all system matrices is supplied to render the effectiveness of the proposed method.

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