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We consider distributed dynamic systems operating over a graph or a network. The geometry of the network is assumed to be a function of the underling system's states-giving it a unique dynamic character. Certain aspects of the resulting abstract structure, having a mixture of combinatorial and system theoretic features, are then studied. In this venue, we will explore an interplay between notions from extremal graph theory and system theory by considering a controllability framework for such state-dependent dynamic graphs.
Date of Publication: March 2005