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Consensus Tracking of Multi-Agent Systems with Switching Topologies (Emerging Methodologies and Applications in Modelling, Identification and Control)

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en Limba Engleză Carte Paperback – April 2020
Consensus Tracking of Multi-Agent Systems with Switching Topologies takes an advanced look at the development of multi-agent systems with continuously switching topologies and relay tracking systems with switching of agents. Research problems addressed are well defined and numerical examples and simulation results are given to demonstrate the engineering potential. The book is aimed at advanced graduate students in control engineering, signal processing, nonlinear systems, switched systems and applied mathematics. It will also be a core reference for control engineers working on nonlinear control and switched control, as well as mathematicians and biomedical engineering researchers working on complex systems.


  • Discusses key applications and the latest advances in distributed consensus tracking methods
  • Offers a clear and comprehensive overview on the recent development of multi-agent systems with switching topologies
  • Offers graduate students and beginning engineers a core reference on complex systems analysis and cooperative control
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780128183656
ISBN-10: 0128183659
Pagini: 220
Dimensiuni: 152 x 229 mm
Editura: ELSEVIER SCIENCE
Seria Emerging Methodologies and Applications in Modelling, Identification and Control


Public țintă

Researchers, graduate students, and practicing engineers in the fields of control engineering, robotics, mechanical engineering, and electrical engineering

Cuprins

1. Introduction
2. Multi-agent systems with continuously switching topologies
3. Multi-agent systems with continuously switching topologies based on polytopic model
4. High-order multi-agent systems with time-delays and continuously switching topologies based on polytopic model
5. Sliding mode control for multi-agent systems with continuously switching topologies based on polytopic model
6. Cooperative relay tracking strategy for multi-agent systems with assistance of Voronoi diagrams
7. Stability of a class of multi-agent relay tracking systems with unstable subsystems
8. Multi-agent relay tracking systems with time-varying number of tracking agents
9. Multi-agent relay tracking systems with time-varying number of tracking agents and time delays
10. Stability analysis of nonlinear multi-agent relay tracking systems over a finite time interval
11. Conclusion