Stochastic stability of networked control systems with network-induced delay and data dropout
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This paper deals with the stochastic stability of networked control systems with the presence of network-induced delay and transmitted data dropout. Based on the Lyapunov approach, sufficient conditions for the mean-square stability of the networked control system are derived subject that the sequence of transmission interval is driven by an identically independently distributed sequence and by a finite state Markov chain, respectively. Stabilization controllers are constructed in terms of linear matrix inequalities correspondingly. An example is provided to illustrate our results.
KeywordsNetworked control systems Network-induced delay Data dropout Lyapunov method Linear matrix inequalities
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