Second-Order Consensus of Continuous-Time Multi-Agent Systems (Original PDF from Publisher)
Second-Order Consensus of Continuous-Time Multi-Agent Systems focuses on the characteristics and features of second-order agents, communication networks, and control protocols/algorithms in continuous consensus of multi-agent systems. The book provides readers with background on consensus control of multi-agent systems and introduces the intrinsic characteristics of second-order agents’ behavior, including the development of continuous control protocols/algorithms over various types of underlying communication networks, as well as the implementation of computation- and communication-efficient strategies in the execution of protocols/algorithms. The book’s authors also provide coverage of the frameworks of stability analysis, algebraic criteria and performance evaluation.
On this basis, the book provides an in-depth study of intrinsic nonlinear dynamics from agents’ perspective, coverage of unbalanced directed topology, random switching topology, event-triggered communication, and random link failure, from a communication networks’ perspective, as well as leader-following control, finite-time control, and global consensus control, from a protocols/algorithms’ perspective. Finally, simulation results including practical application examples are presented to illustrate the effectiveness and the practicability of the control protocols and algorithms proposed in this book.
- Publisher:Academic Press; 1st edition (March 8, 2021)
- Paperback:194 pages
- Item Weight:9.92 pounds
- Dimensions:7.5 x 0.42 x 9.25 inches