This paper addresses event-based control design problem for discretetime
linear systems subject to input and state constraints with guaranteed
performance measured by an assigned quadratic cost function. Instead of
considering a model-predictive controller (MPC) and a given event-triggering
condition as usually proposed in literature, a codesign problem of the control
parameters and the event-triggering parameters is formulated as a linear matrix
inequality optimization problem with the objective of maximizing the domain of attraction. The
effectiveness of the proposed codesign strategy is evaluated for networked control of an inverted
pendulum mounted on a cart and compared with an existing event-based MPC strategy in literature.
Keywords: Event-based control, Linear matrix inequality, Model predictive control.
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