会议 ID：241 689 188
报告摘要：Networked control systems have wide range of applications in many areas, such as space exploration, smart transportation, smart grid, telemedicine, waste-water treatment system, autonomous cars and so on. Reducing communication resources and defending cyber-attacks are two hot topics for networked control systems. Event-triggered control and impulsive control are two effective ways to reducing communication resources.
In this talk, we will present the event-triggered impulsive control for stochastic networked control systems. The existing issues of designing event-triggered mechanism are summarized for networked control systems under stochastic noises. Two kinds of event-triggered impulsive control schemes, i.e., event-triggered mechanism with waiting time and event-triggered mechanism with checking period, are proposed to ensure the p-th moment uniform stability and the p-th moment exponential stability of stochastic networked control systems. The random cyber-attacks model is established to combine the randomly occuring phenomena of DoS attacks and deception attacks into a unified framework. The time-dependent event-triggered impulsive control scheme is provied to guarantee the mean-square exponential stability of stochastic networked control systems.