Networked PID control design: a pseudo-probabilistic robust approach

L. Recalde Camacho, M.R. Katebi

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Networked Control Systems (NCS) are feedback/feed-forward control systems where control components (sensors, actuators and controllers) are distributed across a common communication network. In NCS, there exist network-induced random delays in each channel. This paper proposes a method to compensate the effects of these delays for the design and tuning of PID controllers. The control design is formulated as a constrained optimization problem and the controller stability and robustness criteria are incorporated as design constraints. The design is based on a polytopic description of the system using a Poisson pdf distribution of the delay. Simulation results are presented to demonstrate the performance of the proposed method.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages6
Publication statusUnpublished - Jul 2009
EventEuropean Control Conference 2009 - Budapest, Hungary
Duration: 23 Aug 200926 Aug 2009


ConferenceEuropean Control Conference 2009


  • control over communication
  • control over networks
  • distributed estimation over sensor nets

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