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Title: Performance analysis with network-enhanced complexities: On fading measurements, event-triggered mechanisms, and cyber attacks
Authors: Ding, D
Wang, Z
Dong, H
Liu, Y
Ahmad, B
Keywords: Multiagent systems;Fading measurements;Event-triggered mechanisms;Cyber Attacks
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Hindawi Publishing Corporation
Citation: Abstract and Applied Analysis, 2014: 461261, (2014)
Abstract: Nowadays, the real-world systems are usually subject to various complexities such as parameter uncertainties, time-delays, and nonlinear disturbances. For networked systems, especially large-scale systems such as multiagent systems and systems over sensor networks, the complexities are inevitably enhanced in terms of their degrees or intensities because of the usage of the communication networks. Therefore, it would be interesting to (1) examine how this kind of network-enhanced complexities affects the control or filtering performance; and (2) develop some suitable approaches for controller/filter design problems. In this paper, we aim to survey some recent advances on the performance analysis and synthesis with three sorts of fashionable network-enhanced complexities, namely, fading measurements, event-triggered mechanisms, and attack behaviors of adversaries. First, these three kinds of complexities are introduced in detail according to their engineering backgrounds, dynamical characteristic, and modelling techniques. Then, the developments of the performance analysis and synthesis issues for various networked systems are systematically reviewed. Furthermore, some challenges are illustrated by using a thorough literature review and some possible future research directions are highlighted.
Description: Copyright © 2014 Derui Ding et al. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
ISSN: 1085-3375
Appears in Collections:Dept of Computer Science Research Papers

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