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—We consider distributed consensus and vehicular formation control problems. Specifically we address the question of whether local feedback is sufficient to maintain coherence in large-scale networks subject to stochastic disturbances. We define macroscopic performance measures which are global quantities that capture the notion of coherence; a notion of(More)
—We consider a distributed average consensus algorithm over a network in which communication links fail with independent probability. In such stochastic networks, convergence is defined in terms of the variance of deviation from average. We first show how the problem can be recast as a linear system with multiplicative random inputs which model link(More)
—We consider the problem of in-network compressed sensing from distributed measurements. Every agent has a set of measurements of a signal x, and the objective is for the agents to recover x from their collective measurements using only communication with neighbors in the network. Our distributed approach to this problem is based on the centralized(More)
A noteworthy advance in distributed computing is due to the recent development of peer-to-peer systems. These systems are essentially dynamic in the sense that no process can get a global knowledge on the system structure. They mainly allow processes to look up for data that can be dynamically added/suppressed in a permanently evolving set of nodes.(More)
We propose a distributed algorithm for sparse signal recovery in sensor networks based on Iterative Hard Thresholding (IHT). Every agent has a set of measurements of a signal x, and the objective is for the agents to recover x from their collective measurements at a minimal communication cost and with low computational complexity. A na¨ıve distributed(More)
We present a framework for concurrency control and availability in multi-datacenter datastores. While we consider Google's Megastore as our motivating example, we define general abstractions for key components, making our solution extensible to any system that satisfies the abstraction properties. We first develop and analyze a transaction management and(More)
— We consider the role of topological dimension in problems of network consensus and vehicular formations where only local feedback is available. In particular, we consider the simple network topologies of regular lattices in 1, 2 and higher dimensions. Performance measures for consensus and formation problems are proposed that measure the deviation from(More)
—We study the problem of leader selection in leader-follower multi-agent systems that are subject to stochastic disturbances. This problem arises in applications such as vehicle formation control, distributed clock synchronization, and distributed localization in sensor networks. We pose a new leader selection problem called the in-network leader selection(More)