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Bipartite asynchronous impulsive tracking consensus for multi-agent systems


Author(s):  Lingzhong ZHANG, Yuanyuan LI, Jungang LOU, Jianquan LU

Affiliation(s):  School of Electrical Engineering and Automation, Changshu Institute of Technology, Changshu 215500, China; more

Corresponding email(s):  zhanglingzhong@cslg.edu.cn, yuanyuan.li.cn@gmail.com, loujungang0210@hotmail.com, jqluma@seu.edu.cn

Key Words:  Bipartite tracking; Multi-agent systems; Asynchronous impulsive; Consensus


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Lingzhong ZHANG, Yuanyuan LI, Jungang LOU, Jianquan LU. Bipartite asynchronous impulsive tracking consensus for multi-agent systems[J]. Frontiers of Information Technology & Electronic Engineering , 1998, -1(6): .

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Abstract: 
This paper discusses how multi-agent systems (MASs) with a leader achieve distributed bipartite tracking consensus using asynchronous impulsive control strategies. Due to the problems arising from asynchronous impulsive with different effects and antagonistic links between neighboring nodes of MASs, distributed tracking consensus analysis is more challenging than with only positive communication links and impulsive effects that occur simultaneously for all agents. When the leader’s control input is non-zero, sufficient conditions are obtained to achieve bipartite asynchronous impulsive tracking consensus in closed-loop MASs. More extensive ranges of asynchronous impulsive effects are discussed, and the designed controller’s feedback can effectively work against adverse impulsive permutation. Simple algebraic conditions for estimating the impulsive gain boundary and asynchronous impulsive interval are presented. Theoretical results are demonstrated with illustrative examples.

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