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IET Control Theory & Applications

Volume 9, Issue 3, 05 February 2015


Volume 9, Issue 3

05 February 2015

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    • Finite-time consensus for second-order multi-agent systems with saturated control protocols
      Synchronised output regulation of heterogeneous networks with delayed and sampled-data communications
      Fuzzy dynamic output-feedback control of non-linear networked discrete-time system with missing measurements
      Consensus in second-order multi-agent systems via impulsive control using position-only information with heterogeneous delays
      Robustness of Cucker–Smale flocking model
      Adaptive flocking of non-linear multi-agents systems with uncertain parameters
      Multi-consensus for second-order multi-agent systems based on sampled position information
      Guaranteed cost consensus problems for second-order multi-agent systems
      Continuous-time multi-agent averaging with relative-state-dependent measurement noises: matrix intensity functions
      Synchronisation control of dynamical networks subject to variable sampling and actuators saturation
      Position convergence of informed agents in flocking problem with general linear dynamic agents
      Multi-agent containment control with input saturation on switching topologies
      Power allocation scheme for distributed filtering over wireless sensor networks
      Distributed estimation using online semi-supervised particle filter for mobile sensor networks
      Periodic event/self-triggered consensus for general continuous-time linear multi-agent systems under general directed graphs
      Cooperative control of multi-missile systems
      A multi-agent coordinated planning approach for deadline required emergency response tasks
      Virtual line-shafting control for permanent magnet synchronous motor systems using sliding-mode observer
      Concurrent multi-agent systems with temporal logic objectives: game theoretic analysis and planning through negotiation
      Multi-agent model-based predictive control for large-scale urban traffic networks using a serial scheme
      Multi-agent model of group polarisation with biased assimilation of arguments
      Integrated multi-agent system framework: decentralised search, tasking and tracking
      Decentralised dynamic games for large population stochastic multi-agent systems

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