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This paper investigates the observer-basedH∞tracking problem of networked output-feedback control systems with consideration of data transmission delays, data-packet dropouts, and sampling effects. Different from other approaches, this paper offers a single-step procedure to handle nonconvex terms that appear in the process of designing observer-based output-feedback control, and then establishes a set of linear matrix inequality conditions for the solvability of the tracking problem. Finally,doi:10.1155/2015/724389 fatcat:dtir3b6ozrcqvnfaa7bzxkkslu