Periodic Event-Triggered Suboptimal Control With Sampling Period and Performance Analysis. Academic Article uri icon


  • In this paper, the periodic event-triggered suboptimal control (PETSOC) method is developed for continuous-time linear systems. Different from event-triggered control, where the triggering condition is monitored continuously, the developed PETSOC method only verifies the triggering condition periodically at sampling instants, which further reduces computational resources. First, the control gain of the PETSOC is designed based on the algebraic Riccati equation. Subsequently, the periodic event-triggering condition is proposed for the suboptimal control method, which is only verified at sampling instants periodically. The sampling period is determined and analyzed based on the continuous form of the triggering condition. Moreover, the stability and the performance upper bound of the closed-loop system with the PETSOC are proved. Finally, the effectiveness of the developed PETSOC is validated through simulation on an unstable batch reactor.

published proceedings

  • IEEE Trans Cybern

author list (cited authors)

  • Luo, B., Huang, T., & Liu, D.

citation count

  • 23

complete list of authors

  • Luo, Biao||Huang, Tingwen||Liu, Derong

publication date

  • March 2021