Networked and Quantized Control Systems with Communication Delays
WPMH Heemels, D Nesic, AR Teel, N van de Wouw
PROCEEDINGS OF THE 48TH IEEE CONFERENCE ON DECISION AND CONTROL, 2009 HELD JOINTLY WITH THE 2009 28TH CHINESE CONTROL CONFERENCE (CDC/CCC 2009) | IEEE | Published : 2009
There are many communication imperfections in networked control systems (NCSs) such as varying sampling/ transmission intervals, varying delays, possible packet loss, communication constraints and quantization effects. Most of the available literature on NCSs focuses on only some of these phenomena, while ignoring the others, although recently some papers appeared that consider at least three of these phenomena. In one paper time-varying delays, time-varying transmission intervals and communication constraints are considered, while in an other time-varying transmission intervals, communication constraints and quantization effects are studied. As both approaches are based on the same underlyi..View full abstract
Awarded by European Community thematic programme
Awarded by National Science Foundation
Awarded by Air Force Office of Scientific Research
Maurice Heemels and Nathan van de Wouw are partially supported by the European Community through the FP7-ICT-2007-2 thematic programme under the WIDE-224168 project. The work by Dragan Nesic was supported by the Australian Research Council under the Australian Professorial and Discovery Projects schemes. Andrew R. Teel was supported by the National Science Foundation under grants ECS-0622253 and CNS-0720842, and by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research under grant F9550-06-1-0134.