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- Minimizing down-link traffic in networked control systems via optimal control techniques
Quevedo, Daniel E.;
Goodwin, Graham C.;
Welsh, James S.
- This paper presents a control strategy for multivariable plants where controller and actuators are connected via a digital data-rate limited channel. In order to minimize bandwidth utilization, a communication constraint is imposed, which restricts all data transmitted to belong to a finite set and only permits one plant input to be addressed at a time. We develop a new scheme, which aims at optimizing quadratic performance under the above communication constraint. A key aspect of this contribution is the implementation of the control scheme to a real laboratory-scale system.
- 42nd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control 2003. Proceedings for the 42nd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control 2003. Vol. 2 (Maui, Hawaii 9-12 December, 2003 ) p. 1200-1205
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bandwidth utilization minimization;
digital data-rate limited channel;
networked control systems;
optimal control techniques;
real laboratory-scale system
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