Ronghao Zheng

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—We consider the control of formations of a leader–follower network, where the objective is to steer a team of multiple mobile agents into a formation of variable size. We assume that the shape description of the formation is known to all the agents, which is captured by a complex-valued Laplacian associated with the sensing graph, but the size scaling of(More)
In this paper we explore the problem of scheduling parallel processes of Kalman filters to meet individual estimation error requirements. It is assumed that at each time-step measurements of only one process are received. We define real-time deadlines of transmissions and convert the problem into arranging sequence of tasks with corresponding deadlines. To(More)
This article investigates the controllability problem of multi-agent systems. Each agent is assumed to be governed by a second-order consensus control law corresponding to a directed and weighted graph. Two types of topology are considered. The first is concerned with directed trees, which represent the class of topology with minimum information exchange(More)