Multi-Agent Cooperative Control Consensus: A Comparative Review
AbstractCooperative control consensus is one of the most actively studied topics within the realm of multi-agent systems. It generally aims to drive multi-agent systems to achieve a common group objective. The core aim of this paper is to promote research in cooperative control community by presenting the latest trends in this field. A summary of theoretical results regarding consensus for agreement analysis for complex dynamic systems and time-invariant information exchange topologies is briefly described in a unified way. The application under both non-formation and formation cooperative control consensus for multi-agent system also investigated. In addition, future recommendations and some open problems are also proposed. View Full-Text
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Gulzar, M.M.; Rizvi, S.T.H.; Javed, M.Y.; Munir, U.; Asif, H. Multi-Agent Cooperative Control Consensus: A Comparative Review. Electronics 2018, 7, 22.
Gulzar MM, Rizvi STH, Javed MY, Munir U, Asif H. Multi-Agent Cooperative Control Consensus: A Comparative Review. Electronics. 2018; 7(2):22.Chicago/Turabian Style
Gulzar, Muhammad Majid; Rizvi, Syed Tahir Hussain; Javed, Muhammad Yaqoob; Munir, Umer; Asif, Haleema. 2018. "Multi-Agent Cooperative Control Consensus: A Comparative Review." Electronics 7, no. 2: 22.
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