Event-based control is a control methodology that is currently being developed as a means to reduce the communication between the sensors, the controller and the actuators in a control loop. The sampling instants are not determined periodically by a clock, but by an event generator, which adapts the information flow in the feedback loop to the current behavior of the closed-loop system. A communication among the components is invoked only after an event has indicated that the control error exceeds a tolerable bound.
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