On the minimum attention and anytime attention problems for nonlinear systems

@article{Martinez2010OnTM,
  title={On the minimum attention and anytime attention problems for nonlinear systems},
  author={Adolfo Anta Martinez and Paulo Tabuada},
  journal={49th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC)},
  year={2010},
  pages={3234-3239}
}
The current convergence of control, communication and computation opens the door to new avenues for the applicability of control systems, but it also leads to new constraints and requirements. The traditional quadratic cost function has become too plain to represent the diverse performance indices of today's complex applications. For instance, the implementation cost of a control law has become a major factor, since resources are frequently shared among different tasks. Implementation costs of… CONTINUE READING
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