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Type: Artigo
Title: Networked Control Systems Application: Minimization Of The Global Number Of Interactions, Transmissions And Receptions In Multi-hop Network Using Discrete-time Markovian Jump Linear Systems
Author: Palma
J. M.; Carvalho
L. D. P.; Goncalves
A. P. C.; Galarza
C. E.; de Oliveira
A. M.
Abstract: This paper analyzes the Trade-off between the global number of interactions, composed by the number of transmissions and receptions in the network, and the H-infinity norm degradation. Specifically on this study we implemented an optimum H-infinity filter in a semi-reliable Multi-Hop network modeled by Discrete-Time Markov Jump Linear Systems. For this particular case, it was possible to guarantee the filter stability with the global number the interaction of only 17.93% of packet that would be necessary for the same task using the classic filter.
Subject: Hop By Hop
Performance H-infinity
Networked Control System
Editor: IEEE-Inst Electrical Electronics Engineers Inc
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1109/TLA.2016.7555237
Date Issue: 2016
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