To Sample or not to Sample: Self-Triggered Control for Nonlinear Systems

@article{Martinez2010ToSO,
  title={To Sample or not to Sample: Self-Triggered Control for Nonlinear Systems},
  author={Adolfo Anta Martinez and P. Tabuada},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control},
  year={2010},
  volume={55},
  pages={2030-2042}
}
Feedback control laws have been traditionally implemented in a periodic fashion on digital hardware. Although periodicity simplifies the analysis of the mismatch between the control design and its digital implementation, it also leads to conservative usage of resources such as CPU utilization in the case of embedded control. We present a novel technique that abandons the periodicity assumption by using the current state of the plant to decide the next time instant in which the state should be… Expand
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