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CAN-Based Networked Control Systems: A Co-Design of Time Delay Compensation and Message Scheduling
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CAN-Based Networked Control Systems: A Co-Design of Time Delay Compensation and Message Scheduling
Cac, Nguyen Trong; Hung, Nguyen Xuan; Khang, Nguyen Van;
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 Abstract
The goal of this paper is to consider a co-design approach between time delay compensation and the message scheduling for CAN-Based Networked Control Systems (NCS). First we propose a hybrid priority scheme for the message scheduling in order to improve the Quality of Service (QoS). Second we present the way to calculate the closed-loop communication time delay and then compensate this time delay using the pole placement design method in order to improve the Quality of Control (QoC). The final objective is the implementation of a co-design which is the combination of the compensation for communication time delays and the message scheduling in order to have a more efficient NCS design.
 Keywords
Co-design;Networked Control Systems;Message scheduling;QoS;QoC;
 Language
English
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