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Jitter Evaluation of Real-Time Control Systems

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Jitter Evaluation of Real-Time Control Systems
The real-time implementation of a controller typically introduces artefacts like delay and jitters that have not been considered at the design stage. As a consequence, the system behaves in a non-periodic manner, and the real performance is degraded with respect to the expected response. This paper proposes a hybrid task model to reduce the impact of the scheduling on the control performance. For a large batch of typical plants, we analyze how sensitive the control system is to jitter when the sampling rate is slow or fast compared to the bandwidth of the system.
Manuel Lluesma, Anton Cervin, Patricia Balbastre,
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where RTCSA
Authors Manuel Lluesma, Anton Cervin, Patricia Balbastre, Ismael Ripoll, Alfons Crespo
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