Hamed Shisheh Foroush

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— In this paper we study the resilience of a continuous LTI system which is controlled remotely via a wireless channel. An energy-constrained periodic (partially known) jammer is corrupting the control communication channel by imposing Denial-of-Service (DoS) attacks. We derive a triggering time-sequence, addressing when to update the control signal under(More)
In this paper, we study remotely controlled and observed multi-input controllable continuous linear systems, subject to periodic Denial-of-Service (DoS) jamming attacks. We first design a control and triggering strategy provenly capable of beating any partially known jammer via properly placing the closed-loop poles. Building on it, we then present an(More)
— In this paper we study the robustness of an event-triggered synchronization dynamics for a network of identical nodes under various switching scenarios. We first consider an arbitrary switching scenario where, for a general class of isolated node dynamics we characterize sufficient conditions in terms of network topologies to maintain synchronization. In(More)
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