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Results on input–output stability of networked control systems (NCS) are presented for a large class of network scheduling protocols. It is shown that static protocols and a recently considered dynamical protocol called try-once-discard belong to this class. Our results provide a unifying framework for generating new scheduling protocols that preserve(More)
Given a parameterized (by sampling period T ) family of approximate discrete-time models of a sampled nonlinear plant and given a family of controllers stabilizing the family of plant models for all T sufficiently small, we present conditions which guarantee that the same family of controllers semi-globally-practically stabilizes the exact discrete-time(More)
There are many communication imperfections in networked control systems (NCS) such as varying transmission delays, varying sampling/transmission intervals, packet loss, communication constraints and quantization effects. Most of the available literature on NCS focuses on only some of these aspects, while ignoring the others. In this paper we present a(More)
A unified framework for design of stabilizing controllers for sampled-data differential inclusions via their approximate discrete-time models is presented. Both fixed and fast sampling are considered. In each case, sufficient conditions are presented which guarantee that the controller that stabilizes a family of approximate discrete-time plant models also(More)
We revisit the extremum seeking scheme whose local stability properties were analyzed in (Krstić and Wang, 2000) and propose its simplified version that still achieves extremum seeking. We show under slightly stronger conditions that this simplified scheme achieves extremum seeking from arbitrarily large domain of initial conditions if the parameters in the(More)
Stability properties for a class of reset systems, such as systems containing a Clegg integrator, are investigated. We present Lyapunov based results for verifying L2 and exponential stability of reset systems. Our results generalize the available results in the literature and can be easily modified to cover Lp stability for arbitrary p ∈ [1,∞]. Several(More)
Simple Lyapunov proofs are given for an improved (relative to previous results that have appeared in the literature) bound on the maximum allowable transfer interval to guarantee global asymptotic or exponential stability in networked control systems and also for semiglobal practical asymptotic stability with respect to the length of the maximum allowable(More)
This paper provides a general framework for analyzing the stability of general nonlinear networked control systems (NCS) with disturbances in the setting of Lp stability. We build on the presentation in [1] to provide sharper results for both Lp gain and maximum allowable transfer interval (MATI) and detail the property of uniformly persistently exciting(More)
We consider the problem of achieving input-to-state stability (ISS) with respect to external disturbances for control systems with linear dynamics and quantized state measurements. Quantizers considered in this paper take finitely many values and have an adjustable “zoom” parameter. Building on an approach applied previously to systems with no disturbances,(More)