H∞ control for networked systems with data packet dropout
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This paper considers the H ∞ control problem of networked control systems, respectively, for the two cases that system state is available and unavailable. It is assumed that there exists a communication network in the feedback loop, and multiple data packet dropouts may happen. An estimation method is introduced to compensate the lost data. And then, the design of H ∞ control is considered for the states available and states unavailable, respectively, and some sufficient conditions are derived such that the closed-loop systems are exponentially mean-square stable with prescribed H ∞ disturbance attenuation level.
KeywordsData packet dropout disturbance attenuation networked systems state unavailable
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