Performance Comparison and Feedback Controller Design of Network Controlled Systems With Continuous Loss of States
This paper considers the problem of global stabilization in Network Control Systems (NCS) with continuous/ consective loss of states. In this paper, data packets loss is an important issue that must be adequately addressed. Compared with random data packets loss, continuous (arbitrary) data packets loss is much more challenging to deal with because it requires to consider the maximum degree of continuous loss of states that a system can tolerate. Specifically, the authors address three important issues, including comparison of two NCS models, determination of longest continuous state loss which a NCS can tolerate, and development of a NCS controller under continuous state loss. Several illustrative examples are given as well.