Periodic Event-Triggered Condition Design for the Consensus of Multiagent Systems with Communication Delays

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This paper focuses on the periodic event-triggered consensus problem for multiagent systems under undirected graph. In the periodic event-triggered control, the event condition is tested only periodically to decide when to exert the control behaviors and when to broadcast the sampling data. Two sets of event-triggered strategies combining with sampled-data control are designed based on an exponential decay function and a quadratic Lyapunov function, respectively. Some useful theorems for these two periodic event-triggered strategies about the choice of period are derived to guarantee the asymptotical stability of the closed-loop multiagent systems. In addition, this paper gives a sufficient condition about the bounds of communication delay for the multiagent systems. It is rigorously proved that the overall system will achieve the consensus under the proposed strategy if the period and time delay satisfy the theorems. Finally, we extend these solutions to general linear dynamical systems. Simulation results are presented to show the effectiveness.

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Zhou, F., Huang, Z., Liu, W., Li, L., & Gao, K. (2016). Periodic Event-Triggered Condition Design for the Consensus of Multiagent Systems with Communication Delays. Mathematical Problems in Engineering, 2016. https://doi.org/10.1155/2016/3408152

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