Networked control systems: a historical review and current research topics
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Authors: Yang, T.C., Yu, H., Fei, M.R. and Li, L.X.
Journal: Measurement and Control
The evolution of control strategies of complex dynamic systems from centralized, decentralized, and quasi-decentralized control to modern networked control (NC) is discussed. NC can provide a practical means of centralized control for large geographically distributed systems. The need to break the limit imposed by the decentralized controller structure to implement a quasi-decentralized control structure in order to achieve a more robust stability for a wide range of power system operating conditions is also analyzed. The problems of investigating the suitability of classical results on decentralized and quasi-decentralized control systems in networked control systems (NCS) so as to take account of communication and network issues are elaborated.
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Authors: Yang, T.C., Yu, H., Fei, M. and Li, L.X.
Journal: MEASUREMENT & CONTROL