Sparse Observer-Based Sliding Mode Control For Networked Control Systems

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Conference Proceeding
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IFAC-PapersOnLine, 2017, 50 (1), pp. 12997 - 13002
Issue Date:
2017-07-01
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© 2017 This paper is devoted to the problem of designing a sparse distributed output feedback discrete-time sliding mode control (ODSMC) for the networked systems. A distributed structure is employed in the discrete-time sliding mode control framework by exploiting other sub-systems’ information to improve the performance of each local controller/observer so that it can widen the applicability region of the given scheme. As the first step, a stability condition is derived for the overall closed-loop system obtained from applying ODSMC to the underlying interconnected system, by assuming a given structure for the control/observer network. In the second step, we explore a methodology to obtain a sparse control/observer network structure with the least possible number of communication links that satisfies the stability condition given in the first step. The boundedness of the obtained overall closed-loop system is analyzed and a bound is derived for the augmented system state which includes the closed-loop system state and the switching function.
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