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Dynamic self-triggered control for nonlinear systems based on hybrid Lyapunov functions

@article{Hertneck2021DynamicSC,
  title={Dynamic self-triggered control for nonlinear systems based on hybrid Lyapunov functions},
  author={Michael Hertneck and Frank Allg{\"o}wer},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2109.06657}
}
Self-triggered control (STC) is a well-established technique to reduce the amount of samples for sampleddata systems, and is hence particularly useful for Networked Control Systems. At each sampling instant, an STC mechanism determines not only an updated control input but also when the next sample should be taken. In this paper, a dynamic STC mechanism for nonlinear systems is proposed. The mechanism incorporates a dynamic variable for determining the next sampling instant. Such a dynamic… Expand

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