A Unified Framework for Design and Analysis of Networked and Quantized Control Systems

D. Nesic, D. Liberzon
2009 IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control  
We generalize and unify a range of recent results in quantized control systems (QCS) and networked control systems (NCS) literature and provide a unified framework for controller design for control systems with quantization and time scheduling via an emulation-like approach. A crucial step in our proofs is finding an appropriate Lyapunov function for the quantization/ time-scheduling protocol which verifies its uniform global exponential stability (UGES). We construct Lyapunov functions for
more » ... v functions for several representative protocols that are commonly found in the literature, as well as some new protocols not considered previously. Our approach is flexible and amenable to further extensions which are briefly discussed. Index Terms-Networked control systems (NCS), quantized control systems (QCS).
doi:10.1109/tac.2009.2014930 fatcat:bn22cmz4xbeurp3e246uqf3req