The paper faces a fault-tolerant control problem for a network of agents with single-integrator internal dynamics, which share information on their states according to an arbitrary topology. Specifically, we aim at designing a decentralized regulator able to place the closed-loop dominant poles near to prespecified locations. Furthermore, this goal has to be achieved even in the presence of faults of the transmitting and receiving apparatuses of the single agents. We prove a necessary and sufficient solvability condition for our poleplacement problem, and show that it can be solved if and only if a simpler fault-tolerant stabilization problem admits a solution. Then, we give an explicit formula for a class of possible regulators.

Fault-tolerant Pole-placement in Single-integrator Networks

LOCATELLI, ARTURO;SCHIAVONI, NICOLA LUIGI
2013-01-01

Abstract

The paper faces a fault-tolerant control problem for a network of agents with single-integrator internal dynamics, which share information on their states according to an arbitrary topology. Specifically, we aim at designing a decentralized regulator able to place the closed-loop dominant poles near to prespecified locations. Furthermore, this goal has to be achieved even in the presence of faults of the transmitting and receiving apparatuses of the single agents. We prove a necessary and sufficient solvability condition for our poleplacement problem, and show that it can be solved if and only if a simpler fault-tolerant stabilization problem admits a solution. Then, we give an explicit formula for a class of possible regulators.
Proceedings 2013 European Conrol Conference
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