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Filtering and Control of Wireless Networked Systems : Frequency Analysis of Periodic Motion Stability
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Collecting self-contained papers by experts in their respective fields, this book offers cutting-edge, in-depth coverage on the filtering and control of wireless networked systems. It addresses the energy constraint and filter/controller gain variation problems, and presents both the centralized and the distributed solutions. The book is organized as follows:
Chapters 1 and 2 provide an introduction to networked control systems and basic information on system analysis, respectively. The book’s first main part (Chapters 3-6) deals with the centralized filtering of wireless networked systems, in which different approaches are presented to achieve the goal of energy efficiency. In turn, the second part (Chapters 7-10) discusses the distributed filtering of wireless networked systems, addressing the main problems of energy constraint and filter gain variation. The last part (Chapters 11-14) focuses on the distributed control of wireless networked systems.
In view of the rapid deployment and development of wireless networked systems for communication and control applications, the book represents a timely contribution and provides valuable knowledge, useful methods and effective algorithms for the analysis and design of wireless networked control systems. It will greatly benefit researchers in the control and communication communities benefit.