Title
Distribuirana kalibracija senzorskih mreža u velikim sistemima upravljanja zasnovana na konsenzusu
Creator
Stanković, Maja S. 1976
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107644937
Copyright date
2023
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Language
Serbian
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Theses Type
Doktorska disertacija
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Datum odbrane: 27.10.2023.
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Prirodnomatematičke nauke
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University
Univerzitet u Nišu
Faculty
Elektronski fakultet
Group
Katedra za automatiku
Alternative title
Distributed calibration of sensor networks in large scale control systems based on consensus
Publisher
[М. S. Stanković]
Format
XI
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Biografija autora: 138 list.
Bibliografija: list. 115126.
description
Control systems
Abstract (en)
This Ph. dissertation is devoted to the problem of distributed macrocalibration of large sensor networks which is of great importance for large scale systems control, Cyberphysical Systems and Internet of Things. The main contribution of the thesis is the proposal of a novel algorithm for distributed blind macrocalibration which offers a practically efficient solution by ensuring asymptotic consensus of the corrected sensor gains and offsets. The algorithm is based on independent recursive gain corrections using the instrumental variable algorithm derived from the meansquare value of the corrected signal increment measurements, working in parallel with recursive offset corrections using a gradient algorithm derived from the meansquare value of the corrected signal measurements themselves. It is proved that the corrected gains and offsets converge in the meansquare sense and with probability one to consensus for large classes of signals and communication networks. It is also proved that the proposed algorithm converges in the meansquare sense and with probability one in the presence of communication and mesurement noises for both synchronous and asynchronous communications. Convergence in the meansquare sense and with probability one is proved for an original nonlinear calibration algorithm which is robust with respect to the noise contaminated by sporadic large realizations. It is also proved that a suitable choice of a reference sensor enables getting convergence of all the corrected gains and offsets to a priori chosen reference values. The theoretical results are practically verified by numerous characteristic simulations which confirm all the derived conclusions.
Authors Key words
Mrežni sistemi upravljanja, kalibracija senzorskih mreža,
distribuirana stohastička aproksimacija, dinamički
konsenzus, brzina konvergencije, statistička robusnost
Authors Key words
Networked control systems, calibration of sensor
networks, distributed stochastic approximation,
dynamic consensus, convergence rate, statistical
robustness
Classification
681.5.01:621.3(043.3)
Subject
T125
Type
Tekst
Abstract (en)
This Ph. dissertation is devoted to the problem of distributed macrocalibration of large sensor networks which is of great importance for large scale systems control, Cyberphysical Systems and Internet of Things. The main contribution of the thesis is the proposal of a novel algorithm for distributed blind macrocalibration which offers a practically efficient solution by ensuring asymptotic consensus of the corrected sensor gains and offsets. The algorithm is based on independent recursive gain corrections using the instrumental variable algorithm derived from the meansquare value of the corrected signal increment measurements, working in parallel with recursive offset corrections using a gradient algorithm derived from the meansquare value of the corrected signal measurements themselves. It is proved that the corrected gains and offsets converge in the meansquare sense and with probability one to consensus for large classes of signals and communication networks. It is also proved that the proposed algorithm converges in the meansquare sense and with probability one in the presence of communication and mesurement noises for both synchronous and asynchronous communications. Convergence in the meansquare sense and with probability one is proved for an original nonlinear calibration algorithm which is robust with respect to the noise contaminated by sporadic large realizations. It is also proved that a suitable choice of a reference sensor enables getting convergence of all the corrected gains and offsets to a priori chosen reference values. The theoretical results are practically verified by numerous characteristic simulations which confirm all the derived conclusions.
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