This work studies the event-based fault-tolerant control issue of networked control systems with actuator saturation, resilient event-triggering, randomly occurring nonlinearities, and denial-of-service jamming attacks (DoS-JAs). Initially, we aim to design a resilient event-triggered (ET) communication scheme under the attacks, proposed by the known period of the jamming signal. The period values occur in uniform lower bounds for the jammer's sleeping time. Next, a closed-loop networked control system is constructed as a switched-control strategy subject to state-delay, in addition to actuator saturation, actuator faults, DoS jamming attack, parameter uncertainty and resilient ET control schemes. Based on the Lyapunov stability theory, piecewise property and Wirtinger-based integral inequality, a set of sufficient conditions are obtained to ensure that the resulting closed-loop switched system is exponentially stable against DoS jamming attacks and satisfies mixed (Formula presented.) and passivity performance index. Furthermore, the efficacy of the proposed method is demonstrated through simulated examples based on the two practical applications of satellite control systems and aircraft flight control systems.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Control and Systems Engineering
- Theoretical Computer Science
- Computer Science Applications