Output-feedback synchronizability of linear time-invariant systems

@article{Xia2016OutputfeedbackSO,
  title={Output-feedback synchronizability of linear time-invariant systems},
  author={Tian Xia and Luca Scardovi},
  journal={Syst. Control. Lett.},
  year={2016},
  volume={94},
  pages={152-158}
}
Abstract The paper studies the output-feedback synchronization problem for a network of identical, linear time-invariant systems. A criterion to test network synchronization is derived and the class of output-feedback synchronizable systems is introduced and characterized by sufficient and necessary conditions. In particular it is observed that output-feedback stabilizability is sufficient but not necessary for output-feedback synchronizability. In the special case of single-input single-output… Expand
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