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Title: Robust Stabilization for Nonlinear Model-Based Networked Control Systems
Authors: Cheng-Fa Cheng;Shuang-Yu Chung;Ching-Yuan Cheng
Contributors: NTOU:Department of Communications Navigation and Control Engineering
Keywords: Networked control systems;model-based;robust;nonlinear;attenuation
Date: 2007
Issue Date: 2011-10-21T02:36:22Z
Publisher: 2007 International Automatic Control Conference
Abstract: Abstract:In this paper, a nonlinear model-based networked control system (MB-NCS) will be proposed to reduce the packet rate and network usage. A model plant that approximates the nonlinear plant dynamics via a transmission attenuation path and makes possible stabilization of the nonlinear plant will be introduced. The comparison system whose states as well as the nonlinear MB-NCS states will be developed such that the stability of the original system can be guaranteed. And then the robust stabilization problems of the nonlinear time-variant MB-NCS with time-variant transmission attenuation will be investigated. Beside, some less conservative conditions for analyzing the stability of nonlinear time-invariant MB-NCS with transmission attenuation will be investigated also. Finally, an example with simulation results is given to exemplify the implementation of the proposed controller design technique.
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw/handle/987654321/28233
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