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Academic Year 2019/2020
School School of Industrial and Information Engineering
Name (Master of Science degree)(ord. 270) - MI (473) Automation and Control Engineering
Track XEN - AUTOMATION AND CONTROL ENGINEERING
Programme Year 2

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ID Code 052369
Course Title NETWORKED CONTROL
Course Type Mono-Disciplinary Course
Credits (CFU / ECTS) 5.0
Semester First Semester
Course Description Nowadays, control and monitoring algorithms are becoming applicable to a wide range of problems, characterized by the presence of a network of systems - each endowed with a local control station - interacting with each other, e.g., - coordination of agents and moving robots; - coordinated/distributed control of large-scale and complex plants; - distributed estimation and averaging with sensor networks. The solution to these control and estimation problems is possible provided that suitable distributed algorithms (where each subsystem is committed to run a local controller) are designed and thanks to the availability of suitable communication networks. This entails two types of challenges. On the one hand, communication networks have numerous sources of non-idealities, e.g., sampling, quantization, bandwidth limitation, delays, and package dropouts, that may dramatically affect and even compromise the performances of the supported control, estimation, or coordination scheme. On the other hand, specific tools for the analysis and the design of distributed control/estimation algorithms are required. This course will focus on: the impact of network non-idealities on the performances of control, estimation, and coordination schemes. Where applicable, the possibility of taking into account of the network non-idealities in the control design will be considered. design and analysis tools for distributed control and coordination problem.
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ING-INF/04
SYSTEMS AND CONTROL ENGINEERING
5.0

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Area Servizi ICT
25/02/2020