Dynamic Coding-Based Control Scheme Under Lossy Digital Network : An Optimized Time-Varying Packet Length Approach

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Original languageEnglish
Journal / PublicationIEEE Transactions on Cybernetics
Online published9 Jan 2023
Publication statusOnline published - 9 Jan 2023


This work proposes a design scheme of the desired controller under the lossy digital network by introducing a dynamic coding and packet-length optimization strategy. First, the weighted try once-discard (WTOD) protocol is introduced to schedule the transmission of sensor nodes. The state-dependent dynamic quantizer and the encoding function with time-varying coding length are designed to improve coding accuracy significantly. Then, a feasible state-feedback controller is designed to attain that the controlled system subject to possible packet dropout is exponentially ultimately bounded in the mean-square sense. Moreover, it is shown that the coding error directly affects the convergent upper bound, which is further minimized by optimizing the coding lengths. Finally, the simulation results are provided via the double-sided linear switched reluctance machine systems.

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  • Encoding, Protocols, Packet loss, Quantization (signal), Propagation losses, Length measurement, Decoding, Dynamic encoding-decoding scheme (EDS), exponentially ultimately bounded (EUB), lossy digital network, quantized-based control, SLIDING-MODE CONTROL, FEEDBACK STABILIZATION, SYSTEMS