Networked Control Systems: Theory, Applications and Analysis

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Shiwen Tong, PhD (Editor) – Professor, College of Robotics, Beijing Union University, China
Dianwei Qian, PhD (Editor) – Associate Professor, School of Control and Computer Engineering, North China Electric Power University, China

Series: Systems Engineering Methods, Developments and Technology

BISAC: TEC073000

Target Audience: Undergraduate or graduate students majored in Automatic Control. Researchers in the Networked Control field.

Description:
Networked Control System (NCS) can be regarded as a special type of control system in which sensors, controllers and actuators are connected to a closed loop. Media-sharing characteristics, time-delay, data packet dropout and data displacement are inevitable phenomena in such a control system, which can greatly degrade the control performance, and even make the control system unstable. Alleviating these effects has become one of the most attractive research hotspots in the last two decades. All the above three problems can be summarized as the time-delay issue. There are two kinds of time-delay compensation strategies: one is active compensation, and the other is passive compensation. For the former, prediction is the core idea. Selecting the appropriate candidate predicted control action according to the time delay information is a feasible solution. For the latter, making the system insensitive to delay is a good choice. This book covers the design, modeling, control, simulation and application of the networked control system.

This book addresses some original contributions reporting the latest advances in networked control. It aims to gather the latest research on state-of-the-art methods, simulations and applications of networked control techniques. The editor hopes it can reveal some tendencies in this research field and benefit readers including professional researchers and students. This is an interesting collection of networked control techniques, such as date-based control, tracking control, event-triggered control, formation control, etc.

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Preface

Chapter 1. Linear-Model-Predictor-Based Networked Predictive Fuzzy Control of Systems with Forward Channel Delays
(Shiwen Tong and Dianwei Qian – College of Robotics, Beijing Union University, Beijing, China, et al.)

Chapter 2. Design of a Data-Based Networked Tracking Control System
(Shiwen Tong and Dianwei Qian – College of Robotics, Beijing Union University, Beijing, China, et al.)

Chapter 3. Design and Implementation of a Data-Based Adaptative Networked Tracking Control System with NetCon
(Shiwen Tong and Ye Zhao – College of Robotics, Beijing Union University, Beijing, China, et al.)

Chapter 4. PID Temperature Control for an Air Tank System with Parameters Tuning through Network
(Shiwen Tong and Dianwei Qian – College of Robotics, Beijing Union University, Beijing, China, et al.)

Chapter 5. On Zeno Behavior in Event-Triggered Control of Networked Systems
(Hao Yu, Fei Hao and Tongwen Chen – Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada, et al.)

Chapter 6. Robust Guaranteed Performance Consensus for MAS with Time-Delays and Uncertainty
(Yaxiao Zhang and Shiwen Tong – College of Robotics, Beijing Union University, Beijing, China)

Chapter 7. Robust Guaranteed Performance Formation Control for MAS with Uncertain Topologies
(Yaxiao Zhang and Shiwen Tong – College of Robotics, Beijing Union University, Beijing, China)

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