Networked Control Systems ()
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The lecture imparts understanding of networked control systems. In particular competences to model and analzye networked control systems are imparted. Furthermore, the students are able to design appropriate control algorithms for the considered system classes, in particular distributed control methods for large-scale dynamical systems.
Introduction to networked control systems (NCS): control of multi-agent systems, cooperative control, consensus, synchronization, control and optimization methods for large-scale networked dynamical systems, stabilization and optimal control, control over communication networks, control-oriented modeling of communication protocols, where control is performed over communication networks: control-oriented modeling of communication protocols, stability with time-delay, packet loss, communication constraints, control design for deterministic/stochastic communication channels, applications in infrastructure systems, robotics, networked embedded systems.
Fundamentals of control engineering and methods of nonlinear control The following modules should be complete before participation: Control systems 1 Dynamic systems
schriftlich, 90 min
Lecture work sheets D. Hristu-Varsakelis et al.: Handbook of Networked and Embedded Control Systems, Birkhäuser, 2004.