Adaptive cooperative tracking control of higher-order nonlinear systems with unknown dynamics

@article{Zhang2012AdaptiveCT,
  title={Adaptive cooperative tracking control of higher-order nonlinear systems with unknown dynamics},
  author={Hongwei Zhang and Frank L. Lewis},
  journal={Automatica},
  year={2012},
  volume={48},
  pages={1432-1439}
}
A practical design method is developed for cooperative tracking control of higher-order nonlinear systems with a dynamic leader. The communication network is a weighted directed graph with a fixed topology. Each follower node is modeled by a higher-order integrator incorporating with unknown nonlinear dynamics and an unknown disturbance. The leader node is modeled as a higher-order nonautonomous nonlinear system. It acts as a command generator giving commands only to a small portion of the… CONTINUE READING

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