Design of heterogeneous multi-agent system for distributed computation

@article{Lee2021DesignOH,
  title={Design of heterogeneous multi-agent system for distributed computation},
  author={Jin Gyu Lee and Hyungbo Shim},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2101.00161}
}
A group behavior of a heterogeneous multi-agent system is studied which obeys an “average of individual vector fields” under strong couplings among the agents. Under stability of the averaged dynamics (not asking stability of individual agents), the behavior of heterogeneous multi-agent system can be estimated by the solution to the averaged dynamics. A following idea is to “design” individual agent’s dynamics such that the averaged dynamics performs the desired task. A few applications are… 

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