10:00 - 12:00 | Mon 17 Dec | Shimmer | MoA04
In recent years, event and self-triggered control have been proposed as energy-aware control strategies to expand the life-time of battery powered devices in Networked Control Systems (NCSs). In contrast to the previous works in which their control objective is to achieve stability, this paper presents a novel energy-aware control scheme for achieving high level specifications, or more specifically, temporal logic specifications. Inspired by the standard hierarchical strategy that has been proposed in the field of formal control synthesis paradigm, we propose a new abstraction procedure for jointly synthesizing control and communication strategies, such that the communication reduction in NCSs and the satisfaction of the temporal logic specifications are guaranteed. The benefits of the proposal are illustrated through a numerical example.
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