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Distributed Dynamic Event-Triggered Control for Cooperative Output Regulation of Linear Multiagent Systems.

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Summary of "Distributed Dynamic Event-Triggered Control for Cooperative Output Regulation of Linear Multiagent Systems."

This paper investigates the cooperative output regulation problem for heterogeneous linear multiagent systems under fixed communication graphs via event-triggered control. A fully distributed event-triggered dynamic output feedback control law is proposed based on the feedforward design approach. At the same time, a fully distributed dynamic event-triggering mechanism is designed so that each agent can determine when to broadcast its information to its neighbors. Compared with existing related results, both the control law and the event-triggering mechanism in this paper are independent of any global information. It is shown that with the proposed dynamic event-triggered control strategy, the cooperative output regulation problem can be solved in a fully distributed manner by intermittent communication. Moreover, Zeno behavior can be strictly ruled out for each agent. Finally, the effectiveness of the proposed dynamic event-triggered control strategy is validated by a numerical example.

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Name: IEEE transactions on cybernetics
ISSN: 2168-2275
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