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Flocking of Multi-Agents With a Virtual Leader
  • H. Su, X. Wang, Z. Lin
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • IEEE Trans. Autom. Control.
  • 10 February 2009
All agents being informed and the virtual leader traveling at a constant velocity are the two critical assumptions seen in the recent literature on flocking in multi-agent systems. Under theseExpand
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Rendezvous of multiple mobile agents with preserved network connectivity
Abstract In coordinative control of a network of multi-agent systems, to guarantee the stability of the coordinated motion, a basic assumption typically is that the underlying topology of the networkExpand
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Semi-Global Leader-Following Consensus of Linear Multi-Agent Systems With Input Saturation via Low Gain Feedback
This paper investigates the problem of leader-following consensus of a linear multi-agent system on a switching network. The input of each agent is subject to saturation. Low gain feedback basedExpand
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Decentralized Adaptive Pinning Control for Cluster Synchronization of Complex Dynamical Networks
In this brief, we investigate pinning control for cluster synchronization of undirected complex dynamical networks using a decentralized adaptive strategy. Unlike most existing pinning-controlExpand
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Semiglobal Observer-Based Leader-Following Consensus With Input Saturation
This paper studies the observer-based leader-following consensus of a linear multiagent system on switching networks, in which the input of each agent is subject to saturation. Based on a low-gainExpand
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Adaptive second-order consensus of networked mobile agents with nonlinear dynamics
We investigate second-order consensus of multiple nonlinear dynamical mobile agents with a virtual leader in a dynamic proximity network. We assume that only a small fraction of agents in the groupExpand
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Unknown input observer design for one-sided Lipschitz nonlinear systems
This paper considers the observer design problem for one-sided Lipschitz nonlinear systems with unknown inputs. The systems under consideration are a larger class of nonlinearities than theExpand
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Non-linear observer design for one-sided Lipschitz systems: An linear matrix inequality approach
The one-sided Lipschitz non-linear system is a generalisation of its well-known Lipschitz counterpart and possesses inherent advantages with respect to conservativeness. In this study, the authorsExpand
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Nonlinear H∞ observer design for one-sided Lipschitz systems
Abstract This paper is considered with the H ∞ observer design problem for a class of nonlinear systems with the one-sided Lipschitz condition. The systems under consideration include theExpand
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Full-order and reduced-order observers for one-sided Lipschitz nonlinear systems using Riccati equations
Abstract This paper aims to design full-order and reduced-order observers for one-sided Lipschitz nonlinear systems. The system under consideration is an extension of its known Lipschitz counterpartExpand
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