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Towards consensus in networked non-holonomic systems

Towards consensus in networked non-holonomic systems

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The authors study the consensus problem in networked non-holonomic systems (NHSs). Based on Brockett's stabilisability condition, the stabilisation of NHSs is usually considered by using time-varying or discontinuous control (including switching control). Observing that the consensus problem has more flexibility than the stabilisation one, the authors aim to establish time-invariant continuous state feedbacks for the problem at hand.

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