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Event-Based Stabilizing Controller Using a State Observer


In order to reduce communication in network control systems, it is of great interest to be able to synthesize event-triggered control laws from continuous-time controls. This work proposes a new rule to design event-based stabilizing controllers for linear systems. More precisely, based on a given reference system, a state observer, and a quadratic Lyapunov-like function, an event-based sampling algorithm has been designed. In this framework, the stability and the convergence rate of the controlled system towards its steady state depend on the dynamical properties of the reference system and the state observer and the used feedback gain. In addition, the event-triggering condition does not require the knowledge of the statevector of the process to be stabilized.
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hal-01181177 , version 1 (29-07-2015)


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Nacim Meslem, Christophe Prieur. Event-Based Stabilizing Controller Using a State Observer. EBCCSP 2015 - 1st IEEE Conference on Event-Based Control Communication and Signal Processing, Jun 2015, Krakow, Poland. ⟨hal-01181177⟩
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