An Observer-Free Output Feedback Cooperative Control Architecture for Linear Multiagent Systems with Event-Triggering
An event-triggering methodology is proposed on an observer-free output feedback cooperative control scheme for linear multiagent systems in order to schedule the exchanged information between the agents depending upon error exceeding user-defined thresholds for reducing wireless network utilization. Specifically, the cooperative control scheme is designed for continuous-time, minimum phase, and high-order linear multiagent systems in the context of a containment problem (i.e., outputs of the follower agents converge to the convex hull spanned by those of the leader agents). The proposed observer-free output feedback cooperative control scheme with event-triggering guarantees follower agents' system stability and performance, and also does not yield to a Zeno behavior. An illustrative numerical example complements the proposed theoretical contribution.
A. Albattat et al., "An Observer-Free Output Feedback Cooperative Control Architecture for Linear Multiagent Systems with Event-Triggering," Proceedings of the 2018 Annual American Control Conference (2018, Milwaukee, WI), pp. 1647-1652, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Jun 2018.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.23919/ACC.2018.8431039
2018 Annual American Control Conference, ACC (2018: Jun. 27-29, Milwaukee, WI)
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01 Jun 2018