Sliding-Mode Control of T-S Fuzzy Systems Under Weighted Try-Once-Discard Protocol.

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Summary of "Sliding-Mode Control of T-S Fuzzy Systems Under Weighted Try-Once-Discard Protocol."

This article investigates the sliding-mode control (SMC) problem for a class of T-S fuzzy systems with communication constraints. The weighted try-once-discard (WTOD) protocol is utilized to arrange the transmission order of actuator nodes, under which only one node is permitted to obtain access to the communication network at any time. A key issue is how to integrate the WTOD protocol into the design of the SMC system. To this end, an update rule is proposed for the actuators to obtain the actual actuator signals. And then, a membership-function-dependent (MFD) sliding surface and a token-dependent sliding-mode controller are designed. By taking the information of membership functions into stability and reachability analysis, MFD sufficient conditions are derived such that both the asymptotic stability of the closed-loop fuzzy systems and the reachability of the specified sliding surface can be guaranteed. Moreover, the cone complementary linearization (CCL) algorithm is employed to convert nonlinear inequalities into a minimization problem with linear constraints. Finally, a numerical example is utilized to illustrate the proposed SMC design approach.


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Name: IEEE transactions on cybernetics
ISSN: 2168-2275


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