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Distributed Tracking Control for Linear Multiagent Systems With a Leader of Bounded Unknown Input
"... Abstract—This technical note considers the distributed tracking control problem of multiagent systems with general linear dynamics and a leader whose control input is nonzero and not available to any follower. Based on the relative states of neighboring agents, two distributed discontinuous controll ..."
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Abstract—This technical note considers the distributed tracking control problem of multiagent systems with general linear dynamics and a leader whose control input is nonzero and not available to any follower. Based on the relative states of neighboring agents, two distributed discontinuous controllers with, respectively, static and adaptive coupling gains, are designed for each follower to ensure that the states of the followers converge to the state of the leader, if the interaction graph among the followers is undirected, the leader has directed paths to all followers, and the leader’s control input is bounded. A sufficient condition for the existence of the distributed controllers is that each agent is stabilizable. Simulation examples are given to illustrate the theoretical results. Index Terms—Adaptive control, consensus, cooperative control, distributed tracking, multiagent system. I.
Article Adaptive LeaderFollowing Consensus of MultiAgent Systems with Unknown Nonlinear Dynamics
, 2014
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preliminary result on synchronization of heterogeneous agents via funnel control
Multiagent systems Distributed consensus Synchronization
, 2015
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Chairs were Professors Youxian Sun and QingGuo
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wileyoing an effective means to add new sensors, actuators, and controllers in an adhoc fashion with very little cost and structural changes to the overall architecture. However, control of these complex systems is highly challenging due to the huge volume of data, strong hetclass of nonlinear multiagent systems. In Karimoddini and Lin, formation control is achieved using a hybrid symbolic algorithm where the discrete supervisor is designed based on a finitestate machine model, which is a bisimilar abstraction of the continuoustime plant. An interface layerSPECIAL ISSUE ON “DISTR
Similarity Decomposition Approach to LeaderFollower Oscillatory Synchronization of Networked Mechanical Systems
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1 Distributed Consensus of Linear MultiAgent Systems with Adaptive Dynamic Protocols ∗
, 2011
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Fully Distributed Adaptive Controllers for Cooperative Output Regulation of Heterogeneous Linear Multiagent Systems with Directed Graphs
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1 Designing Fully Distributed Consensus Protocols for Linear Multiagent Systems with Directed Graphs
, 2014
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