Event-Triggered Control of Large-Scale Fuzzy Interconnected Systems

Event-Triggered Control of Large-Scale Fuzzy Interconnected Systems

DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-2385-7.ch005
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This chapter studies the event-triggered control problem for large-scale networked fuzzy systems with transmission delays and nonlinear interconnections. Our considered scheme is decentralized event-triggered control in the sense that each subsystem is able to make broadcast decisions by using its locally sampled data when a prescribed event is triggered. We propose two different approaches to solve the co-design problem consisting of the controller gains, sampled period, network delay, and event-triggered parameter in terms of a set of LMIs. Also, we consider a self-triggered control scheme in which the next triggered time is precomputed. Finally, two simulation examples are provided to validate the advantage of the proposed methods.
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5.2 Decentralized Event-Triggered Control

In this section, our aim is to design a decentralized event-triggered fuzzy controller, such that the resulting closed-loop fuzzy control system is asymptotically stable, while the sampled data are updated as few as possible.

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