Analysis and Design for Networked Teleoperation System, 1st ed. 2019

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This book presents cutting-edge results on stability analysis and control scheme designs for networked teleoperation systems. It highlights new research on commonly encountered nonlinear teleoperation systems, including the stability analysis of teleoperation systems with asymmetric time-varying delays, stability analysis of teleoperation systems with interval time delays, and so on. Moreover, the book presents several high-performance control scheme designs for teleoperation systems when the velocity is available and unavailable, and for systems with nonlinear input. The results presented here mark a substantial contribution to nonlinear teleoperation system theory, robotic control theory and networked control system theory. As such, the book will be of interest to university researchers, R&D engineers and graduate students in control theory and control engineering who wish to learn about the core principles, methods, algorithms, and applications of networked teleoperation systems, robotic systems and nonlinear control systems.
Introduction.- Convergence Analysis of Teleoperation Systems With Unsymmetrical Time-Varying Delays .- Stability Analysis of Teleoperation Systems With Asymmetric Time-Varying Delays.- Stability Analysis of Teleoperation Systems withAsymmetric Interval Time-Varying Delays.- Stability Analysis of Teleoperation Systems with Quantization.- Directed Force Feedback Control Design with Asymmetric and Time-varying Delays.- Teleoperation over the Internet with exponential convergence.- Finite Time Controller Design.- Constrained Control Design for Bilateral Teleoperation System.- Output Feedback Controller Design for Teleoperation System via High-gain Observer.- Finite Time Observer Design for Teleoperation System.- On Exploring the Domain of Attraction for Bilateral Teleoperator.- Adaptive Controller Design for Teleoperation System With Actuator Saturation.  
Changchun Hua received the Ph.D degree in electrical engineering from Yanshan University, Qinhuangdao, China, in 2005. He was a research Fellow in National University of Singapore from 2006 to 2007. From 2007 to 2009, he worked in Carleton University, Canada, funded by Province of Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation Program. From 2009 to 2011, he worked in University of Duisburg Essen, Germany, funded by Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. Now he is a full Professor in Yanshan University, China. He is the author or coauthor of more than 130 papers in mathematical, technical journals, and conferences. He has been involved in more than 10 projects supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the National Education Committee Foundation of China, and other important foundations. His research interests are in nonlinear control systems, control systems design over network, teleoperation systems and intelligent control.

Yana Yang received her Ph.D degree in electrical engineering from Yanshan University, Qinhuangdao, China, in 2017. Now she is a full Associate Professor in Yanshan University, China. She has been involved in more than 5 projects supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the National Education Committee Foundation of China, and other important foundations. Her research interests are in nonlinear control systems, teleoperation systems and sliding mode control.

Xian Yang received her Ph.D degree in electrical engineering from Yanshan University, Qinhuangdao, China, in 2016. Now she is a full Associate Professor in Yanshan University, China. She has been involved in more than 6 projects supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the National Education Committee Foundation of China, and other important foundations. Her research interests are in control systems design over network and networked teleoperation systems.

Xinping Guan received the B.S.

Investigates the most common issues in networked teleoperation systems and their solutions

Offers the most comprehensive and effective designing method of control strategies for nonlinear teleoperation systems

Includes a wealth of simulation examples and experimental examples