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Absolute stability and stabilization for Lurie networked control systems. (Absolute stability and stabilization for Lur’e networked control systems.) (English) Zbl 1227.93099
Summary: This paper investigates the problem of absolute stability and stabilization for Networked Control Systems (NCSs) with the controlled plant being a Lur’e system (Lur’e NCS), in which the network-induced delays are assumed to be time-varying and bounded. By considering the relationship between the network-induced delay and its upper bound, an improved stability criterion for networked control system is proposed. Furthermore, the resulting condition is extended to design a state feedback controller by employing an Improved Cone Complementary Linearization (ICCL) algorithm. A numerical example is worked out to illustrate the effectiveness and the benefits of the proposed method.

93D15Stabilization of systems by feedback
93B18Linearizability of systems
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