Conference Paper

Stabilization Control of Networked Control Systems with Long Time Delay.

DOI: 10.1109/ISCSCT.2008.163 Conference: 2008 International Symposium on Computer Science and Computational Technology, ISCSCT 2008, 20-22 December 2008, Shanghai, China, 2 Volumes
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ABSTRACT Based on the controlled process that is linear time-invariant system, the network-induced long time delay is viewed as time-varying parameter uncertainties. The uncertainty parameters model of networked control systems with long time delay is set up. The existing conditions of asymptotic stability for networked control system with long time delay are presented by Lyapunov method and robust control theory. The design method of stabilization controller for networked control system is proposed in terms of linear matrix inequalities. In the end the simulation based on the networked control unstable system is studied. The simulation results show the proposed controller is feasible and effective.

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