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Looman, Menno (author)
Traditionally, Event-Triggered Control (ETC) methods are sample-and-hold control schemes that implement a triggering condition in order to reduce the number of control updates. Given a decay rate of the Lyapunov function, they focus on minimizing the (average) Inter-Sample Time (IST). In this thesis, we focused on the scheduling of Periodic...
master thesis 2023
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Breysens, G. (author)
This thesis investigates the potential of state-dependent sampling strategies (SDSS) for the control of heavy-haul trains. Event-triggered control (ETC) is a control approach in which data is only sent when some state-dependent condition, the triggering condition, is satisfied. In this way, the number of communications required to stabilise a...
master thesis 2023
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Jarne Ornia, D. (author)
Besides facing the same challenges as single-agent systems, the distributed nature of complex multi-agent systems sparks many questions and problems revolving around the constraints imposed by communication. The idea that multi-agent systems require communication to access information, to coordinate or simply to sense the environment they are...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Smit, Henk (author)
Event-Triggered Control (ETC) is a control method where the controller is only updated when necessary. The control inputs are kept fixed until a state-dependent event triggers their re-computation. The triggering condition is designed to guarantee the stability and desired performance of the control system. This prevents the excessive use of...
master thesis 2023
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de Albuquerque Gleizer, G. (author), Mazo, M. (author)
Event-triggered control (ETC) is a major recent development in cyber–physical systems due to its capability of reducing resource utilization in networked devices. However, while most of the ETC literature reports simulations indicating massive reductions in the sampling required for control, no method so far has been capable of quantifying...
journal article 2023
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Martinez-Piazuelo, Juan (author), Ananduta, W. (author), Ocampo-Martinez, Carlos (author), Grammatico, S. (author), Quijano, Nicanor (author)
We consider a large population of decision makers that choose their evolutionary strategies based on simple pairwise imitation rules. We describe such a dynamic process by the replicator dynamics. Differently from the available literature, where the payoffs signals are assumed to be updated continuously, we consider a more realistic scenario...
journal article 2023
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de Albuquerque Gleizer, G. (author), Mazo, M. (author)
Event-triggered control (ETC) is claimed to provide significant reductions in sampling frequency when compared to periodic sampling, but little is formally known about its generated traffic. This work shows that ETC can exhibit very complex, even chaotic traffic, especially when the triggering condition is aggressive in reducing...
journal article 2023
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de Albuquerque Gleizer, G. (author)
Event-triggered control (ETC) and self-triggered control (STC) are sample-and-hold control paradigms in which sensor data is only updated to the controller when necessary, often aperiodically, in contrast to the well-established periodic sampling paradigm. In ETC, a state-dependent event triggers a transmission, while in STC the controller...
doctoral thesis 2022
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Delimpaltadakis, Giannis (author)
A fundamental challenge in networked control systems is reducing the amount of communications of each system in the network, so that bandwidth and energy are used efficiently. To address the challenge, the research community has shifted its focus to Event-Triggered Control (ETC), in which communication between the control system's different...
doctoral thesis 2022
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Sun, B. (author), van Kampen, E. (author)
This paper develops an event-triggered optimal control method that can deal with asymmetric input constraints for nonlinear discrete-time systems. The implementation is based on an explainable global dual heuristic programming (XGDHP) technique. Different from traditional GDHP, the required derivatives of cost function in the proposed method...
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Sun, B. (author), Wang, Xuerui (author), van Kampen, E. (author)
In this paper, we establish an event-triggered intelligent control scheme with a single critic network, to cope with the optimal stabilization problem of nonlinear aeroelastic systems. The main contribution lies in the design of a novel triggering condition with input constraints, avoiding the Lipschitz assumption on the inverse hyperbolic...
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Wang, Ning (author), Wang, Ying (author), Wen, Guanghui (author), Lv, Maolong (author), Zhang, Fan (author)
This article aims to realize event-triggered constrained consensus tracking for high-order nonlinear multiagent networks subject to full-state constraints. The main challenge of achieving such goals lies in the fact that the standard designs [e.g., backstepping, event-triggered control, and barrier Lyapunov functions (BLFs)] successfully...
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Sarafraz, Mohammad Saeed (author), Proskurnikov, Anton V. (author), Tavazoei, Mohammad Saleh (author), Mohajerin Esfahani, P. (author)
In this article, we investigate the problem of practical output regulation, i.e., to design a controller that brings the system output in the vicinity of a desired target value while keeping the other variables bounded. We consider uncertain systems that are possibly nonlinear and the uncertainty of their linear parts is modeled element wise...
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de Albuquerque Gleizer, G. (author), Madnani, K.N. (author), Mazo, M. (author)
This paper studies the reduction (abstraction) of finite-state transition systems for control synthesis problems. We revisit the notion of alternating simulation equivalence (ASE), a more relaxed condition than alternating bisimulations, to relate systems and their abstractions. As with alternating bisimulations, ASE preserves the property...
conference paper 2022
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Delimpaltadakis, Giannis (author), de Albuquerque Gleizer, G. (author), Van Straalen, Ivo (author), Mazo, M. (author)
We present ETCetera, a Python library developed for the analysis and synthesis of the sampling behaviour of event triggered control (ETC) systems. In particular, the tool constructs abstractions of the sampling behaviour of given ETC systems, in the form of timed automata (TA) or finite-state transition systems (FSTSs). When the abstraction...
conference paper 2022
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Jarne Ornia, D. (author), Mazo, M. (author)
We present an approach to reduce the communication of information needed on a Distributed Q-Learning system inspired by Event Triggered Control (ETC) techniques. We consider a baseline scenario of a Distributed Q-Learning problem on a Markov Decision Process (MDP). Following an event-based approach, N agents sharing a value function explore the...
conference paper 2022
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van der Zijden, Tycho van der Zijden (author)
In networked control systems (NCS), the components of the control system communicate over a network, which poses challenges to the control synthesis procedure. Signal sampling is one of those challenges. A typical approach is to sample the signal periodically, but this can be inefficient. Event-triggered control (ETC) is a more efficient way to...
student report 2021
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van Straalen, Ivo (author)
In recent years, Networked Control Systems (NCS) have become more popular, partly because of the increasing accessibility. In NCS, multiple plants and controllers are connected over a wired or wireless shared network, possibly having significant spatial separation. A major issue that arises is network congestion: If too many control loops are...
master thesis 2021
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Crompvoets, JPA (author)
Over the past decade, a new concept for the power grid called the smart grid emerged, to enable two way energy transport and communication. With this new smart grid architecture many opportunities for control methods arise. While this can improve the efficiency of the power grid, all these methods require communication, which is a limited...
master thesis 2021
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Lanka, Indeevar Shyam (author)
Vehicles are becoming increasingly complex and the resource-demanding due to the developments aimed at driving autonomy. Viewing an automobile as a cyber-physical system (CPS), this work applies the advances of controls applied to CPS for improving resource-consumption. One such idea is that of event-based control. Theoretical developments in...
master thesis 2021
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