Event-triggered control for a linear continuous-time system under resource constraint environment
preprintposted on 09.04.2021, 03:52 by poonam sahupoonam sahu, Deepak Fulwani
A network-based event-triggered control is proposed for the continuous linear system. The primary feature of the proposed event-triggered control is to broadcast the current measurements when a pre-defined condition on input error is satisfied, which can avoid the redundant control updates from the controller to the actuator. Secondly, it provides an augmented system performance by appropriate selection of design parameters. Moreover, a dynamic threshold is introduced in the triggered condition to further improve the trade-off between resource utilization and system performance.