H2<inf>2</inf>-based optimal sparse sliding mode control for networked control systems

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2016 IEEE 55th Conference on Decision and Control, CDC 2016, 2016, pp. 6826 - 6831
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© 2016 IEEE. This paper is devoted to the problem of designing a sparsely distributed sliding mode control for networked systems. Indeed, this note employs a distributed sliding mode control framework by exploiting (some of) other subsystems' information to improve the performance of each local controller so that it can widen the applicability region of the given scheme. To do so, different from the traditional schemes in the literature, a novel approach is proposed to design the sliding surface, in which the level of required control effort is taken into account during the sliding surface design based on the H22 control. We then use this novel scheme to provide an innovative less-complex procedure that explores sparse control networks to satisfy the underlying control objective.
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