Event-triggered distributed H∞ filtering for networked systems with switching topologies
This paper deals with the event-triggered distributed H∞ filtering for a class of networked systems with sensor networks. The topology of the sensor network is supposed to be time-varying. Whether or not a sampled data packet of a sensor node should be transmitted to its neighbors is determined by a predefined event-triggering condition, which closely depends on the variation of the sensor network topology. By modelling the filtering error system as a switched linear system with time-varying delays, a bounded real lemma (BRL) is derived using Lyapunov-Krasovskii functional approach. Based on the BRL, a sufficient condition on the existence of desired H∞ filters is obtained in terms of linear matrix inequalities. An algorithm to the design of both filter parameters and event-triggering parameters is given. It is shown through a numerical example that the proposed method can not only save significantly precious communication resources, and maintain some certain system performance as well.
Proceedings of the 2015 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Informatics (INDIN)
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