A self-triggered controller is characterized, in general, by a non-periodic sequence of job activations. And each job
execution, apart from performing sampling, control algorithm computation and actuation, calculates the next job activation time as a function of the plant state. This paper describes the implementation of self-triggered controllers in networked
control systems (NCS). The implementation corroborates that self-triggered control can be used for minimizing bandwidth utilization while providing similar control performance than periodic controllers.
CitationCamacho, A. [et al.]. Self-triggered networked control systems: an experimental case study. A: IEEE International Conference on Industrial Technology. "IEEE 2010 International Conference on Industrial Technology". 2010, p. 123-128.
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