Lazy Global Feedbacks for Quantized Nonlinear Event Systems

  title={Lazy Global Feedbacks for Quantized Nonlinear Event Systems},
  author={O. Junge and Stefan Jerg},
  • O. Junge, Stefan Jerg
  • Published in ROCOND 2012
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Abstract We consider nonlinear event systems with quantized state information and design a globally stabilizing controller from which only the minimal required number of control value changes along the feedback trajectory to a given initial condition is transmitted to the plant. In addition, we present a non-optimal heuristic approach which might reduce the number of control value changes and requires a lower computational effort. The constructions are illustrated by two numerical examples. 

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