The primary aim of this thesis is to study cooperative
coordination control and formation control for multi-agent
systems, with a focus on distributed stabilization control of
rigid formation shapes. We consider several problems in the
field, ranging from the equilibrium and stability of formation
control systems, some practical considerations in formation
control, and cooperative coordination control when agents have
general dynamical models.
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