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Event-triggered H-infinity filtering for networked systems based on network dynamics
conference contributionposted on 06.12.2017, 00:00 by Yufeng Lin, Qing-Long Han, Fuwen Yang, Dennis Jarvis
This paper is concerned with event-triggered H∞ filtering for networked systems. A novel event-triggering scheme is proposed by taking network dynamics into account simultaneously. First, an information dispatching middleware is constructed to establish a novel framework for networked systems, where two modules namely information selection module and congestion avoidance module are introduced. The information selection module aims to regulate the transmission of the sampled data in terms of a predefined event-triggering condition. The congestion avoidance module is used to schedule those sampled data released by the information selection module to the filter. Second, the on-line scheduling strategy is proposed under this framework. Then the filtering error system based on network dynamics is formulated as a system with an interval time-varying delay. Third, Lyapunov-Krasovskii functional approach is employed to formulate a new sufficient condition to ensure the stability and to guarantee a prescribed H∞ noise attenuation performance for the filtering error system. Based on this condition, H∞ filtering parameters, network dynamic controllers and event-triggering parameters can be co-designed provided that a set of linear matrix inequalities are feasible. Finally, an example is given to illustrate the merits and effectiveness of the method proposed in this paper.