Cooperative Output-Feedback Secure Control of Distributed Linear Cyber-Physical Systems Resist Intermittent DoS Attacks

Xin Wang, Ju H. Park, Heng Liu, Xian Zhang
2020 IEEE Transactions on Cybernetics  
This article studies a cooperative output-feedback secure control problem for distributed cyber-physical systems over an unreliable communication interaction, which is to achieve coordination tracking in the presence of intermittent denial-of-service (DoS) attacks. Under the switching communication network environment, first, a distributed secure control method for each subsystem is proposed via neighborhood information, which includes the local state estimator and cooperative resilient
more » ... er. Second, based on the topology-dependent Lyapunov function approach, the design conditions of secure control protocol are derived such that cooperative tracking errors are uniformly ultimately bounded. Interestingly, by exploiting the topology-allocation-dependent average dwell-time (TADADT) technique, the stability analysis of closed-loop error dynamics is presented, and the proposed coordination design conditions can relax time constraints on interaction topology switching. Finally, two numerical examples are presented to demonstrate the effectiveness of the theoretical results.
doi:10.1109/tcyb.2020.3034374 pmid:33259319 fatcat:c6c5l3u4ergm7n6awplyskimsu