# On separation principle for a class of networked control systems

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On Separation Principle for a Class of Networked Control Systems Motivations Problem Formulation Main Results Numerical Example Conclusions On Separation Principle for a Class of Networked Control Systems Dongxiao Wu1, Jun Wu1, Sheng Chen2 1Institute of Cyber-Systems and Control Zhejiang University, China 2School of Electronics and Computer Science University of Southampton, U.K. 48th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, 2009 Motivations Problem Formulation Main Results Numerical Example Conclusions Outline 1 Motivations Networked Control Systems (NCSs) Our Novelties 2 Problem Formulation NCS Configuration NCS Close-Loop Dynamics 3 Main Results Separation Principle Stabilisation Control 4 Numerical Example NCS Plant and Network Stabilisation Control Solution 5 Conclusions Motivations Problem Formulation Main Results Numerical Example Conclusions Outline 1 Motivations Networked Control Systems (NCSs) Our Novelties 2 Problem Formulation NCS Configuration NCS Close-Loop Dynamics 3 Main Results Separation Principle Stabilisation Control 4 Numerical Example NCS Plant and Network Stabilisation Control Solution 5 Conclusions Motivations Problem Formulation Main Results Numerical Example Conclusions Some Basics An NCS is a control system in which a control loop is closed via a shared communication network. The advantages: Low installation cost. Reducing system wiring. Easy maintenance. The basic problems: packet dropout. packet delay. Bandwidth constraint. Motivations Problem Formulation Main Results Numerical Example Conclusions Some Basics An NCS is a control system in which a control loop is closed via a shared communication network. The advantages: Low installation cost. Reducing system wiring. Easy maintenance. The basic problems: packet dropout. packet delay. Bandwidth constraint. Motivations Problem Formulation Main Results Numerical Example Conclusions Related Works Separation Principle was shown to hold for: Ne

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