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- A moving horizon approach to networked control system design
Goodwin, Graham C.;
Quevedo, Daniel E.;
Welsh, James S.
- This paper presents a control system design strategy for multivariable plants where the controller, sensors and actuators are connected via a digital, data-rate limited, communications channel. In order to minimize bandwidth utilization, a communication constraint is imposed which restricts all transmitted data to belong to a finite set and only permits one plant to be addressed at a time. We emphasize implementation issues and employ moving horizon techniques to deal with both control and measurement quantization issues. We illustrate the methodology by simulations and a laboratory-based pilot-scale study.
- IEEE Transaction of Automatic Control Vol. 49, Issue 9, p. 1427-1445
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control over networks;
moving horizon estimation;
networked control systems;
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