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In order to design quantizer parameters [delta], [rho], [w.sub.0], and [k.sub.j] such that the system (8) under event-driven scheme (5b) is mean square stability, we first rewrite the system (8) as
then the mean square stability of the system (8) with event-driven scheme (5b) under the feedback matrix K defined by K = [[PSI].sub.2]P with P = [[XI].sup.-1.sub.2] can be ensured if quantizer parameters [delta], [rho], and [k.sub.j] = [k.sub.0] + j[theta], j [member of] N, satisfy [delta] > [[rho].sup.N] and
Summarized above, comparing with Theorem 3, if y(k) is defined by (44) with m > 1, then item (i) above tells us that the range of values of quantizer parameters is more conservative.
that is, the system can be stabilized by standard state feedback, then the asymptotic convergence of the closed-loop system can be guaranteed by the quantizer parameters designed in the following theorem.
For any given matrices K, P, and [PI] defined by (5) and the quantization level 2N + 1, we select quantizer parameters [delta] and [rho] satisfying
Comprehensively, if the bandwidth of the network and the constant [eta] are set suitably, we can always find the quantizer parameters satisfying the conditions of the above theorem.
The purpose of this stage is to design the quantizer parameters and [k.sub.j], j [member of] N [union] {0}, such that [parallel]x(k)[parallel] [less than or equal to] (1/ (1 - [delta])) [v.sub.j] for any k [member of] [[k.sub.j], [k.sub.j+1]).
then the asymptotic convergence of the closed-loop system can also be obtained by the quantizer parameters designed in Theorem 4.
For any given matrices K, P, and [LAMBDA] defined by (31) and the quantization level 2N + 1, quantizer parameters [delta] and p are selected satisfying