Songbai Wang

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In this paper, we initiate the study of networked stabilization via a MIMO communication scheme between the controller and the plant. Specifically, the communication system is modeled as a MIMO transceiver, which consists of three parts: an encoder, a MIMO channel, and a decoder. In the spirit of MIMO communication, the number of SISO subchannels in the(More)
In this paper, we initiate the study of networked stabilization via a MIMO communication scheme between the controller and the plant. Specifically, the communication system is modeled as a MIMO transceiver, which consists of three parts: an encoder, a MIMO channel, and a decoder. In the spirit of MIMO communication, the number of SISO subchannels in the(More)
This paper aims at characterizing a fundamental limitation on the information constraints required for multi-input networked stabilization. A MIMO communication system is deployed for information exchange between the controller and the plant. The communication system is modeled as a MIMO transceiver, which consists of three parts: an encoder, a MIMO channel(More)
In this paper, we study the stabilization of MIMO networked control systems over MIMO communication systems. Here the parallel additive white Gaussian noise subchannels in the MIMO transceiver are used to express the spatial freedom of communication. In addition, the number of subchannels in general can be greater than that of control inputs. The aim is to(More)
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