Chapter 11 Co-Design of Event-Triggered Control and Quantized Control for CPSs

DOI: 10.1201/​9781003260882-11

11.1 Introduction

In CPSs, the measurements and control signals are exchanged through a capacity-limited communication network. Due to the limited network capacity or limited transmission data rate, the communication network may have considerable influences on the performances of the closed-loop systems. Generally, there are two possible ways to alleviate such influences on the control performance, one is to develop event-triggered strategies to reduce the communication frequency over the communication network, and the other is to employ signal quantization schemes to convert the real-valued signal into piecewise constant signal with ...

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