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Event-triggered control is developed to reduce the communication load in networked control systems. This means that output or actuator signals are only transmitted over the network when an event-triggering condition is violated which is designed such that a certain control performance can be guaranteed. This paper considers event-triggered control subject(More)
This paper presents an energy management system for smart grids with electric vehicles based on hierarchical model predictive control (HiMPC). The energy management system realizes load-frequency control (LFC), an economic operation and an electric vehicle integration into the smart grid. The main component is the HiMPC, which allows covering different time(More)
— This paper addresses robust control and scheduling codesign for networked embedded control systems (NECS) with uncertain but interval-bounded time-varying computation and communication delays. The NECS is modeled as a discrete-time switched linear system with polytopic uncertainty. A robust receding-horizon control and scheduling problem with a quadratic(More)
— The paper presents the controller design for a high-force short-stroke linear actuator using permanent magnets as excitation. For the desired application a very high dynamic is required despite the presence of large disturbances. After the model description, a flatness based control is presented to force the system following a reference trajectory.(More)