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Potential Fields in Cooperative Motion
Control and Formations
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1.1
Potential Fields
Equation Chapter 1 Section 1
The potential is a scalar field whose
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1. Cooperative Tracker: Controlled Synchronization
Equation Chapter 1 Section 1
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1.1
Cooperative Tracker for Single-Integrator Dynamics
Consider a communication dig
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Synchronization in Biology, Chemistry, and
Physics
Collective Motion in Animals, Fish, and Insects
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1.1
Collective Motion in Animal Groups
Equation Chapter 1 Section
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STATE VARIABLE (SV) SYSTEMS
A natural description for dynamical systems is the nonlinear state-space or state variable (SV) equation
x = f ( x, u ) y = h ( x, u )
(1)
with x(t
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3.
MatricesforAnalysisofGraphs
In Chapter 1 we studied basic concepts of consensus and cooperative control for dynamic agents
connected by a communication graph topology. It was seen that the graph pr
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GraphTheory
Graphtheoryisthebranchofmathematicswhichdealswithentitiesandtheirmutualrelationships.The entities are represented by nodes or vertices and the existence of the relationship between nodes is rep
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APPENDIX A
REVIEW OF MATRIX ALGEBRA
We present here a brief review of some concepts that are assumed as background
for the text. Good references include Gantmacher (1977), Brogan (1974), and
Strang (1980).
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Control, Decision, and Trust Graphs
Control, Decision, and Trust Graphs . 1
Control Graphs . 2
Linear Integrator Dynamics . 3
Switched Graphs and Changing Topology . 3
Vicsek Models . 4
More General Node Dyna
Organized and
Organized and
invited by
John Gan
Ming Mao Wong
Seryong Lim
Cooperative Control for Teams on
Control for Teams on
Communication Graphs
F.L. Lewis
Lewis
Automation & Robotics Research Institute (ARRI)
The University of Texas at Arlington
F.L.
F.L. Lewis
Moncrief-ODonnell Endowed Chair
Head, Controls & Sensors Group
UTA Research Institute (UTARI)
The University of Texas at Arlington
Cooperative Control for
Teams on Communication Networks
Supported by NSF, ARO, AFOSR
It is mans obligation to exp
Ryan Sifford
EE 5327
Hwk 01
9/14/10
Homework No. 01
9/14/10
EE 5327
System Identification
Professor: Dr. Lewis
By
Ryan Sifford
Homework 01
Assigned: 9/7/10
Due: 9/14/10
PROBLEM
PAGE
Problem 1: Discrete-Time System Simulation . 2
Problem 2: Recursive Maxim
Lecture 4: Introduction to
Graph Theory and Consensus
Richard M. Murray
Caltech Control and Dynamical Systems
16 March 2009
Goals
Introduce some motivating cooperative control problems
Describe basic concepts in graph theory (review)
Introduce matrices