Difference between revisions of "Towards a Packet-based Control Theory - Part II: Rate Issues"
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Ling Shi and Richard M. Murray
Submitted, 2006 American Control Conference
[[abstract::Following the first part [Shi and Murray, 2005] of stabilizing a Linear Time Invariant (LTI) system in a packet-based network, this paper further studies various rate issues associated with networked control systems. Specifically, networks with finite bandwidth and packet drops and systems with finite control inputs are studied in details. Similar to what we did in [Ling and Murray, 2005], we assume that the LTI system is unstable but both controllable and observable. The state information is transmitted to the controller over a packet-based network. We also assume that there is a perfect link from the controller to the plant. However, we change the notion of the system being asymptotically stable to almost sure stable which is in a probabilistic framework. This is because packet drops by the network introduce unavoidable randomness. With the notion of almost sure stability, various rate results under different settings are given. Examples and simulations are provided to demonstrate the results. ]]
- Conference Paper: http://www.cds.caltech.edu/~murray/preprints/sm06-acc.pdf
- Project(s): Template:HTDB funding::NSF/ITR