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Second-order consensus in networks of dynamic agents with communication time-delays

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3 Author(s)
Yang, Bo ; School of Navigation, Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan 430063, P. R. China; Wuhan Second Ship Design and Research Institute, Wuhan 430064, P. R. China ; Fang, Huajing ; Wang, Hua

This paper proposes second-order consensus protocols with time-delays and gives the measure of the robustness of the protocols to the time-delay existing in the network of agents with second-order dynamics. By employing a frequency domain method, it is proven that the information states and their time derivatives of all the agents in the network achieve consensus asymptotically, respectively, for appropriate communication timedelay if the topology of weighted network is connected. Particularly, a tight upper bound on the communication time-delay that can be tolerated in the dynamic network is found. The consensus protocols are distributed in the sense that each agent only needs information from its neighboring agents, which reduces the complexity of connections between neighboring agents significantly. Numerical simulation results are provided to demonstrate the effectiveness and the sharpness of the theoretical results for second-order consensus in networks in the presence of communication time-delays.

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Systems Engineering and Electronics, Journal of  (Volume:21 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Feb. 2010

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