Stabilizing networked control of linear discrete systems with packet dropouts
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A linear system, where a plant and controller communicate via a network, is considered. The stabilization problem under possible packet dropouts modeled by a Markov chain is solved. The cases of state feedback control and measurable output feedback control are studied. The technique of linear matrix inequalities is efficiently adopted in the both cases.
KeywordsRemote Control Linear Matrix Inequality Network Control Network Control System Gain Matrix
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