Efficient information aggregation strategies for distributed control and signal processing

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This thesis will be concerned with distributed control and coordination of networks consisting of multiple, potentially mobile, agents. This is motivated mainly by the emergence of large scale networks characterized by the lack of centralized access to information and time-varying connectivity. Control and optimization algorithms deployed in such networks… (More)

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@inproceedings{Olshevsky2010EfficientIA, title={Efficient information aggregation strategies for distributed control and signal processing}, author={Alexander Olshevsky}, year={2010} }