Sampling-based Event-triggered and Self-triggered Control for Linear Systems
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This work considers the event-triggered and self-triggered control for linear systems with periodic sampling schemes. An event-triggered control using sampled states is proposed. The asymptotic stability of the closed-loop system is guaranteed by a condition in terms of a linear matrix inequality. Moreover, a self-triggered control with sampling is presented and the next control task release time is predicted based on the current sampled data. It is noted that by introducing the periodic sampling scheme, Zeno behaviors can be naturally avoided in both of the algorithms. Finally, simulation results are provided to illustrate the theoretical effectiveness.
KeywordsEvent-triggered linear systems sampling-based self-triggered
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