By María Guinaldo Losada
This booklet stories on a collection of latest suggestions for resolving present concerns in networked keep watch over structures. the main target is on options for event-based regulate, for either centralized and decentralized architectures. the 1st a part of the booklet addresses the matter of single-loop networked keep an eye on platforms and proposes an anticipative distant controller for facing delays and packet losses. the second one a part of the booklet proposes a allotted event-based keep an eye on technique for networked dynamical platforms, which has been applied in a test-bed of cellular robots, and gives readers with a radical description of an interactive simulator used to validate the implications. This thesis, tested on the Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia in 2013, bought the award for most sensible thesis on top of things engineering from the keep an eye on Engineering staff of the Spanish Committee of automated regulate in 2015.
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Also, the validation over a testbed will be given. 6 Outlines and Contributions This thesis has been structured as follows: • Chapter 2. Anticipative Control Design in Internet-like Networks. Chapter 2 presents the analysis and the design of remote controllers for packet-based NCS, following the paradigm of anticipative controllers. The remote controller uses a model of the plant and a basis controller to compute a sequence of future control actions to compensate the effect of delays and packet dropouts.
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In [CB08], the constraints imposed by communication protocols on state measurement access are addressed. This work is extended to nonlinear systems in [GCB12]. Among the alternatives studied to prevent the computational effort required by MPC, the anticipative controller estimates the future state of the system based on a model that considers delays [NH06]. Anticipative controllers and the use of actuator buffers have been proposed for packet-based NCS in [ESDCM07, GSD11] for different network architectures.