Event-Triggered Fault Detection for Networked LPV Systems
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This paper is concerned with the fault detection problem for a class of continuous-time linear parameter-varying systems with signal transmission delays. An effective event-triggered communication scheme is introduced to reduce the burden of the shared network where the current sampled data will be sent only when the certain condition is satisfied. By properly designing a novel fault detection filter and augmenting the states of the original system, the addressed fault detection problem can be transformed into a \(H_\infty \) filtering problem for the filtering error system with uncertain parameters. According to the parameter-dependent Lyapunov–Krasovskii functional method and free-weighting matrix technique, the sufficient conditions, which guarantee the filtering error system satisfying the prescribed \(H_\infty \) performance constraint, are derived in the form of parameterized linear matrix inequalities. The basic functions and gridding technique are used to deal with the corresponding parameterized convex problem. Here, the LPVTools is used to convert the infinite-dimensional feasibility conditions into a finite-dimensional set of LMIs. Then, the MATLAB LMI toolbox is applied for solving the LMI problem of finite dimensions. Moreover, the explicit expressions of the target filter parameters are also obtained. Finally, two simulation examples are provided to illustrate the validity of the proposed fault detection method.
KeywordsFault detection Linear parameter-varying systems Transmission delays Event-triggered scheme
The authors would like to thank the associate editor and the anonymous reviewers for their constructive comments and suggestions. This work was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China under Grant 61403168.
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