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Event-Triggered Real-Time Scheduling For Stabilization Of Passive and Output Feedback Passive Systems
 

Summary: Event-Triggered Real-Time Scheduling For Stabilization Of Passive and
Output Feedback Passive Systems
Han Yu and Panos J. Antsaklis
Abstract-- Event-triggered control has been recently pro-
posed as an alternative approach to the traditional periodic
implementation of control tasks. The possibility of reduc-
ing the number of executions while guaranteeing stability
makes event-triggered control very appealing in the context
of sensor/actuator networked control systems. In this paper,
we revisit the event-triggered control from an input-to-output
perspective and we propose a simple event-triggered control
strategy for stabilization of passive and output feedback passive
systems. The triggering condition is derived based on the output
information of the control system and an estimate of the lower
bound on inter-sampling time is also provided.
I. INTRODUCTION
The majority of feedback control laws nowadays are
implemented on digital platforms since microprocessors offer
many advantages of running real-time operating systems.
This creates the possibility of sharing the computational

  

Source: Antsaklis, Panos - Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Notre Dame

 

Collections: Engineering