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A novel delay system approach to network-based control is presented in this paper. The induced delays in networked control systems (NCS) with random access networks are usually non-Gaussian random variables, in addition, the noises in NCSs are probably non-Gaussian random variables as well. Consequently, the controller is designed based on the recently developed stochastic distribution control strategies. The performance index of NCSs is built. A recursive optimization solution is developed and the local stability condition of the closed loop NCSs is established. Finally, the simulation results show the effectiveness of the proposed approach..