Modular feedback control of networked systems by clustering: a drinking water network case study
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This article presents a method based on linear matrix inequalities (LMIs) for designing a modular feedback control law, whose synthesis guarantees the system stability, whilst switching to different network topologies. Such stability is achieved by means of a common Lyapunov function to all network admissible configurations. Several mechanisms to relieve the computational burden of this methodology in large-scale systems are also presented. To assess its applicability, the modular controller is tested on a real case study, namely the Barcelona drinking water network (DWN), and its performance is compared with that of other control strategies, showing the effectiveness of the proposed approach.
CitationMaestre, J. [et al.]. Modular feedback control of networked systems by clustering: a drinking water network case study. "Processes", 2021, vol. 9, núm. 2, p. 389/1-389/18.