Consensus of Input Constrained Multi-Agent Systems by Dynamic Time-Varying Event-Triggered Strategy With a Designable Minimal Inter-Event Time

IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS II-EXPRESS BRIEFS(2024)

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Abstract
This brief proposes a centralized dynamic time-varying event-triggered strategy to achieve the consensus control of input constrained multi-agent systems (MASs) with small-scale networks. The Zeno phenomenon is avoided and the corresponding designable minimal inter-event time is given in the established algorithm. Specially, the MIET can be assigned as a bounded constant of arbitrary size which is unrelated the characteristics of the system itself. Numerical simulation shows the effectiveness of the proposed approach.
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Eigenvalues and eigenfunctions,Protocols,Heuristic algorithms,Consensus control,Aerodynamics,Numerical simulation,Multi-agent systems,dynamic event-triggered mechanism,consensus,input constraint,designable minimum inter-event time
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