Control of Formations with Non-rigid and Hybrid Graphs
This thesis studies the problem of control of multi-agent formations, of which the interaction architectures can be modeled by undirected and directed graphs or a mixture of the two (hybrid graphs). The algorithms proposed in this thesis can be applied to control the architectures of multi-agent systems or sensor networks, and the developed control laws can be employed in the autonomous agents of various types within multi-agent systems. This thesis...[Show more]
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