Kalman Filtering for networked control systems with random delay and packet loss

  title={Kalman Filtering for networked control systems with random delay and packet loss},
  author={Luca Schenato},
In this paper we study optimal estimation design for sampled linear systems where the sensors measurements are transmitted to the estimator site via a generic digital communication network. Sensor measurements are subject to random delay or might even be completely lost. We show that the minimum error covariance estimator is timevarying, stochastic, and it does not converge to a steady state. Moreover, this estimator is independent of the communication protocol and can be implemented using a… CONTINUE READING
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