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SCANNING THE ISSUE Special Issue on Technology of
 

Summary: SCANNING THE ISSUE
Special Issue on Technology of
Networked Control Systems
BY PANOS ANTSAKLIS, Fellow IEEE
Guest Editor
JOHN BAILLIEUL, Fellow IEEE
Guest Editor
Networked control systems are control systems comprised of the
system to be controlled and of actuators, sensors, and
controllers, the operation of which is coordinated via a
communication network. These systems are typically spatially
distributed, may operate in an asynchronous manner, but have their operation
coordinated to achieve desired overall objectives.
Control systems with spatially distributed components have existed for
several decades. Examples include
control systems in chemical process
plants, refineries, power plants, and
airplanes. In the past, in such systems
the components were connected via
hardwired connections and the sys-

  

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

 

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