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Input-to-State Stabilizing Control Under Denial-of-Service
The issue of cyber-security has become ever additional prevalent in the analysis and style of networked systems. During this paper, we have a tendency to analyze networked management systems in the presence of denial-of-service (DoS) attacks, namely attacks that forestall transmissions over the network. We have a tendency to characterize frequency and length of the DoS attacks beneath which input-to-state stability (ISS) of the closed-loop system will be preserved. To attain ISS, a suitable scheduling of the transmission times is determined. It's shown that the thought of framework is versatile enough thus as to allow the designer to choose from many implementation choices that can be used for trading-off performance versus communication resources. Examples are given to substantiate the analysis.
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