Improved Dynamic Event-Triggered Consensus Control for Multi-Agent Systems with Designable Inter-Event Time
This paper considers the leader-following consensus control for linear multi-agent systems. Two improved dynamic event-triggered control frameworks are proposed. The first is based on a moving average approach, whereas the second is a fully-distributed control scheme based on a well-chosen Lyapunov function with rigorous proof of adjustable inter-event time. The proposed methods involve model-based estimation and clock-like auxiliary dynamic variables to eventually increase the inter-event time as long as possible. Compared to the static event-triggered strategy and the existing state-of-the-art dynamic event-triggered mechanism, the proposed approach significantly reduces the communication frequency while guaranteeing asymptotic convergence. Numerical simulations demonstrate the validity of the proposed theoretical results.
China Scholarship Council under Grant 202206020096
Email Address of Submitting Authorzeyuan_wang@outlook.com
ORCID of Submitting Author0000-0001-7211-9543
Submitting Author's InstitutionUniversity Paris-Saclay
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