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Stability of Linear Feedback Systems with Random Communication Delays
1991 / IEEE / 0-87942-565-2
This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' Stability of Linear Feedback Systems with Random Communication Delays ' Integral control of large-scale systems implies application of control and information exchange via communication networks in which random delays may exist. The design of such systems rely on conservative sufficient stability tests for systems with random, time-varying delays. In this report, necessary and sufficient conditions are found for zero-state mean-square exponential stability of the considered class of control systems. Numerical tests for zero-state stability are outlined and illustrated by a simple example. Finally, the results are also demonstrated on specific hardware, multiprocessor real-time control network which has been recently developed.