Networked control systems using wireless links to convey information among sensors, controllers, and actuators greatly benefit from having an accurate estimate of the communication channel condition. To this end, the finite-state Markov channel abstraction allows for reliable channel state estimation. This paper develops a Markov jump linear system representation for wireless networked control with intermittent channel state observation, message losses, and generalized hold-input dropout compensation. Furthermore, it exploits the emerging structural properties of the system to solve the finite-horizon linear quadratic regulation problem efficiently.

Wireless networked control over lossy uplinks abstracted by finite-state Markov channels

Zacchia Lun, Yuriy
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Santucci, Fortunato;D'Innocenzo, Alessandro
2023-01-01

Abstract

Networked control systems using wireless links to convey information among sensors, controllers, and actuators greatly benefit from having an accurate estimate of the communication channel condition. To this end, the finite-state Markov channel abstraction allows for reliable channel state estimation. This paper develops a Markov jump linear system representation for wireless networked control with intermittent channel state observation, message losses, and generalized hold-input dropout compensation. Furthermore, it exploits the emerging structural properties of the system to solve the finite-horizon linear quadratic regulation problem efficiently.
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