Sliding Mode Observer and Event Triggering Mechanism Co-design

  • H. E. Amara Electrical Engineering Department, Ferhat Abbas Setif University 1, (UFAS1), Setif, Algeria
  • S. Latreche Electrical Engineering Department, Ferhat Abbas Setif University 1, (UFAS1), Setif, Algeria
  • M. A. Sid Electrical Engineering Department, Ferhat Abbas Setif University 1, (UFAS1), Setif, Algeria
  • M. Khemliche Electrical Engineering Department, Ferhat Abbas Setif University 1, (UFAS1), Setif, Algeria
Keywords: sliding mode observer, event-based scheduling, co-design, estimation performance, communication design optimization

Abstract

Sliding mode observer and event triggering mechanism co-design is the subject of this paper. The synthesis of a sliding mode observer under any event triggering mechanism is given, where the proposed observer can be viewed as a special structure of the Kalman filter. Then, the event triggering condition is updated according to the coverage index value computed with the help of the reachability set representation. A numerical example illustrates the effectiveness of the proposed approach.

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