Decentralized Event-Triggered Control Over Wireless Sensor/Actuator Networks

@article{Mazo2011DecentralizedEC,
  title={Decentralized Event-Triggered Control Over Wireless Sensor/Actuator Networks},
  author={Manuel Mazo and Paulo Tabuada},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control},
  year={2011},
  volume={56},
  pages={2456-2461}
}
Event-triggered control has been recently proposed as an alternative to the more traditional periodic execution of control tasks. In a typical event-triggered implementation, the control signals are kept constant until the violation of a condition on the state of the plant triggers the recomputation of the control signals. The possibility of reducing the number of recomputations, and thus of transmissions, while guaranteeing desired levels of control performance, makes event-triggered control… CONTINUE READING
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