Distributed consensus for multiple Euler-Lagrange systems: An event-triggered approach

@article{Huang2016DistributedCF,
  title={Distributed consensus for multiple Euler-Lagrange systems: An event-triggered approach},
  author={Na Huang and Zhisheng Duan and Yu Zhao},
  journal={Science China Technological Sciences},
  year={2016},
  volume={59},
  pages={33-44}
}
Distributed consensus problems for multiple Euler-Lagrange systems are addressed on the basis of event-triggered information in this study. Distributed consensus protocols are first designed in terms of two event-triggered scenarios: a decentralized strategy and a distributed strategy. Sufficient conditions that guarantee the event-triggered consensus for multiple Euler- Lagrange systems are then presented, with the associated advantages of reducing controller update times. It is shown that the… CONTINUE READING

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