Event-triggered Consensus of Linear Discrete-time Multi-agent Systems with Time-varying Topology
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In this paper, the consensus problem for linear discrete-time multi-agent systems has been studied by employing an event-triggered strategy. This event-triggered strategy can reduce communication of the presented systems, which only needs to observe that every node is updated at the latest information of neighborhood at triggered instant. Based on the Hajnal inequality approach, a sufficient criterion is derived to ensure to consensus of presented multi-agent systems. The proposed criterion requires that the communication topology has a spanning tree between the adjacent event-triggered instants. Finally, the applicability of proposed strategy is validated through an example.
KeywordsConsensus discrete-time event-triggered strategy linear multi-agent systems
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