Distributed Synthesis Using Accelerated ADMM

@article{Ahmadi2018DistributedSU,
  title={Distributed Synthesis Using Accelerated ADMM},
  author={Mohamadreza Ahmadi and Murat Cubuktepe and Ufuk Topcu and Takashi Tanaka},
  journal={2018 Annual American Control Conference (ACC)},
  year={2018},
  pages={6206-6211}
}
We propose a convex distributed optimization algorithm for synthesizing robust controllers for large-scale continuous time systems subject to exogenous disturbances. Given a large scale system, instead of solving the larger centralized synthesis task, we decompose the problem into a set of smaller synthesis problems for the local subsystems with a given interconnection topology. Hence, the synthesis problem is constrained to the sparsity pattern dictated by the interconnection topology. To this… Expand
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