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Checking Structural Stability of BDC-Decomposable Systems via Convex Optimisation
In this letter we show how the problem of assessing structural local stability of BDC-decomposable systems, left open in recent literature, can be solved via convex optimisation. First we give a simple test, based on a sufficient condition, that requires
2020-1-1
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On the Existence of a Stabilizing Solution of Modified Algebraic Riccati Equations in Terms of Standard Algebraic Riccati Equations and Linear Matrix Inequalities
In this letter, we study conditions for the existence of stabilizing solutions of two classes of modified discrete algebraic Riccati equations (MAREs) emerging in stochastic control problems. In order to do so, we first rewrite each MARE in terms of a st
2020-1-1
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Hierarchical Event-Triggered Learning for Cyclically Excited Systems With Application to Wireless Sensor Networks
Communication load is a limiting factor in many real-time systems. Event-triggered state estimation and event-triggered learning (ETL) methods reduce network communication by sending information only when it cannot be adequately predicted based on previo
2020-1-1
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Generalized Active Disturbance Rejection Controller for Load Frequency Control in Power Systems
In this letter, generalized active disturbance rejection control (GADRC) scheme, with the use of known plant information is explored for load frequency control of power systems. Also, the GADRC structure is transformed into a two degree of freedom intern
2020-1-1
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Scale-Free Estimation of the Average State in Large-Scale Systems
This letter provides a computationally tractable necessary and sufficient condition for the existence of an average state observer for large-scale linear time-invariant (LTI) systems. Two design procedures, each with its own significance, are proposed. W
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A Controller Architecture With Anti-Windup
This letter presents a framework for anti-windup controllers based on the Youla–Jabr–Bongiorno–Kucera (YJBK) parameterization. Applying this architecture gives an additional YJBK matrix transfer function related to the input saturation. This additional Y
2020-1-1
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An Admissible Heuristic to Improve Convergence in Kinodynamic Planners Using Motion Primitives
This letter introduces a new heuristic function that can be incorporated in any kinodynamic planner using motion primitives, to the purpose of increasing its convergence rate. The heuristic function is proven to be admissible and, hence, the optimality p
2020-1-1
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Tuning-Free, Low Memory Robust Estimator to Mitigate GPS Spoofing Attacks
The operation of critical infrastructures, such as the electrical power grid, cellphone towers, and financial institutions relies on precise timing provided by stationary global positioning system (GPS) receivers. These GPS devices are vulnerable to a ty
2020-1-1
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Optimal Scheduling of Storage Batteries and Power Generators Based on Interval Prediction of Photovoltaics—Monotonicity Analysis for State of Charge
This letter focuses on a day-ahead scheduling problem on thermal power plants and storage batteries based on the information of the interval prediction of photovoltaic (PV) power and demand. To realize an optimal operation, there are three kinds of decis
2020-1-1
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Spectral Characterization of the Multi-Seasonal Component of the Italian Electric Load: A LASSO-FFT Approach
In this letter, the modeling of the multi-seasonal component of the national electric load is investigated. Differently from additive models that consider just the sum of daily, weekly, and yearly periodic components, in order to account for possible int
2020-1-1
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Solution for the Continuous-Time Infinite-Horizon Linear Quadratic Regulator Subject to Scalar State Constraints
This letter provides a solution for the continuous-time linear quadratic regulator (LQR) subject to a scalar state constraint. Using a dichotomy transformation, novel properties for the finite-horizon LQR are derived; the unknown boundary conditions are
2020-1-1
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Consistent Event-Triggered Control for Discrete-Time Linear Systems With Partial State Information
An event-triggered control (ETC) strategy is consistent if it achieves a better closed-loop performance than that of traditional periodic control for the same average transmission rate and does not generate transmissions in the absence of disturbances. I
2020-1-1
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MinMax Mean-Field Team Approach for a Leader–Follower Network: A Saddle-Point Strategy
This letter investigates a soft-constrained MinMax control problem of a leader–follower network. The network consists of one leader and an arbitrary number of followers that wish to reach consensus with minimum energy consumption in the presence of exter
2020-1-1
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Trajectory Convergence From Coordinate-Wise Decrease of Quadratic Energy Functions, and Applications to Platoons
We consider trajectories where the sign of the derivative of each entry is opposite to that of the corresponding entry in the gradient of an energy function. We show that this condition guarantees convergence when the energy function is quadratic and pos
2020-1-1
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Worst-Case Probabilistic Network Outage Identification Under Physical Disturbances
This letter presents a mathematical optimization model to identify the worst-case probabilistic network outage scenario induced by physical disturbances. That is, we seek to find the outage scenario with the maximum combined likelihood and impact on the
2020-1-1
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Construction Methods of the Nearest Positive System
Positive systems can be used as mathematical models for many practical systems, such as biological systems, communication networks, and interconnected systems. In this letter, we propose proximal alternating linearized minimization (PALM) and PALM-like a
2020-1-1
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Approximate Multiparametric Mixed-Integer Convex Programming
We propose an algorithm for generating explicit solutions of multiparametric mixed-integer convex programs to within a given suboptimality tolerance. The algorithm is applicable to a very general class of optimization problems, but is most useful for hyb
2020-1-1
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A Fundamental Performance Limitation for Adversarial Classification
Despite the widespread use of machine learning algorithms to solve problems of technological, economic, and social relevance, provable guarantees on the performance of these data-driven algorithms are critically lacking, especially when the data originat
2020-1-1
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Time Delays in a Genetic Positive-Feedback Circuit
Many principles of feedback control can be found implemented in complex biological networks. Dealing with transcription networks, positive feedbacks have been shown to frequently occur, providing biological toggle switches eventually leading a cell to it
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Control-Guided Communication: Efficient Resource Arbitration and Allocation in Multi-Hop Wireless Control Systems
In future autonomous systems, wireless multi-hop communication is key to enable collaboration among distributed agents at low cost and high flexibility. When many agents need to transmit information over the same wireless network, communication becomes a
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