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In this paper, cluster consensus of multiagent systems is studied via inter-cluster nonidentical inputs. Here, we consider general graph topologies, which might be time-varying. The cluster consensus is defined by two aspects: intracluster synchronization, the state at which differences between each pair of agents in the same cluster converge to zero, and(More)
Moving Target Defense (MTD) can enhance the resilience of cyber systems against attacks. Although there have been many MTD techniques, there is no systematic understanding and <i>quantitative</i> characterization of the power of MTD. In this paper, we propose to use a cyber epidemic dynamics approach to characterize the power of MTD. We define and(More)
In this paper, we study pinning control problem of coupled dynamical systems with stochastically switching couplings and stochas-tically selected controller-node set. Here, the coupling matrices and the controller-node sets change with time, induced by a continuous-time Markovian chain. By constructing Lyapunov functions, we establish tractable sufficient(More)
In this paper, we utilize event-triggered coupling configurations to realize synchronization of linearly coupled dynamical systems. Here, the diffusion couplings are set up from the latest observations of the nodes and their neighborhood and the next observation time is triggered by the proposed criteria based on the local neighborhood information as well.(More)
This paper studies the consensus problem of networks with time-varying topology. Event-triggered rules are employed in diffusion coupling terms to reduce the updating load of the coupled system. Two strategies are considered: event-triggered strategy, that each node observes the state information in an instantaneous way, to determine the next triggering(More)
— In this paper, cluster consensus problem in continuous-time networks of multi-agents with external inputs is studied. Here, following [29], cluster consensus is defined in two aspects: intra-cluster synchronization, which means that the state differences among agents in the same cluster asymptotically converge to zero, and inter-cluster separation, which(More)
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