Dynamic Output Feedback Asynchronous Control of Networked Markovian Jump Systems
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IEEE This paper considers the problem of asynchronous H∞ control for networked Markovian jump systems subject to probabilistic packet dropouts and communication delays in the measurement channel. A new dynamic output-feedback-based asynchronous controller is proposed wherein the dynamic output-feedback controller modes need not synchronize with the system modes. By utilizing results from stochastic Lyapunov-Krasovskii stability theory, sufficient conditions in terms of matrix inequalities are derived such that the closed-loop networked Markovian jump system is stochastically stable and achieves the prescribed H∞ performance. Using the Schur complement technique and under the assumption that the input matrix is full rank, the sufficient condition is reduced to a linear matrix inequality and the dynamic output-feedback-based asynchronous controller is synthesized. A detailed numerical example with simulation results are presented to evaluate the proposed controller design scheme.