Compensation for control packet dropout in networked control systems

  title={Compensation for control packet dropout in networked control systems},
  author={Yu-Chu Tian and David Levy},
  journal={Inf. Sci.},
With the integration of communication networks and distributed control in modern manufacturing and process industries, networked control systems (NCSs) are becoming increasingly important due to its simplicity, scalability, flexibility, and cost effectiveness. However, there are still significant technical barriers that limit the applications of NCS technologies. Two challenges are network-induced time delay and data packet dropout. Applying a real-time queuing protocol that we developed… CONTINUE READING
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