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Stable Digital Control Networks for Continuous Passive Plants Subject to Delays and Data Dropouts
 

Summary: Stable Digital Control Networks for Continuous Passive Plants Subject to
Delays and Data Dropouts
Nicholas Kottenstette and Panos J. Antsaklis
Abstract-- This paper provides a framework to synthesize l2
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stable networks in which the controller and plant can be subject
to delays and data dropouts. This framework can be applied to
control systems which use "soft-real-time" cooperative sched-
ulers as well as those which use wired and wireless network
feedback. The approach applies to passive plants and controllers
that can be either linear, nonlinear, and (or) time-varying.
This framework is based on fundamental results presented
here related to passive control and scattering theory which
are used to design passive force-feedback telemanipulation
systems. Theorem 3 states how a (non)linear (strictly input or
strictly output) passive plant can be transformed to a discrete
(strictly input) passive plant using a particular digital sampling
and hold scheme. Furthermore, Theorem 4(5) provide new
sufficient conditions for l2
(and L2

  

Source: Antsaklis, Panos - Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Notre Dame
Sontag, Eduardo - Department of Mathematics, Rutgers University

 

Collections: Engineering; Mathematics