Event-Triggered Consensus and Formation Control in Multi-Agent Coordination
The focus of this thesis is to study distributed event-triggered control for multi-agent systems (MASs) facing constraints in practical applications. We consider several problems in the field, ranging from event-triggered consensus with information quantization, event-triggered edge agreement under synchronized/unsynchronized clocks, event-triggered leader-follower consensus with Euler-Lagrange agent dynamics and cooperative event-triggered rigid formation...[Show more]
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