This paper deals with the output regulation problem of a linear time-invariant system in the presence of sporadically available measurement streams. A regulator with a continuous intersample injection term is proposed, where the intersample injection is provided by a linear dynamical system and the state of which is reset with the arrival of every new measurement updates. The resulting system is augmented with a timer triggering an instantaneous update of the new measurement and the overall system is then analyzed in a hybrid system framework. With the Lyapunov based stability analysis, we offer sufficient conditions to ensure the objectives of the output regulation problem are achieved under intermittency of the measurement streams. Then, from the solution to linear matrix inequalities, a numerically tractable regulator design procedure is presented. Finally, with the help of an illustrative example, the effectiveness of the theoretical results are validated.

Output Regulation of Linear Aperiodic Sampled-Data Systems

Ferrante F.;
2022-01-01

Abstract

This paper deals with the output regulation problem of a linear time-invariant system in the presence of sporadically available measurement streams. A regulator with a continuous intersample injection term is proposed, where the intersample injection is provided by a linear dynamical system and the state of which is reset with the arrival of every new measurement updates. The resulting system is augmented with a timer triggering an instantaneous update of the new measurement and the overall system is then analyzed in a hybrid system framework. With the Lyapunov based stability analysis, we offer sufficient conditions to ensure the objectives of the output regulation problem are achieved under intermittency of the measurement streams. Then, from the solution to linear matrix inequalities, a numerically tractable regulator design procedure is presented. Finally, with the help of an illustrative example, the effectiveness of the theoretical results are validated.
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