Asymptotical consensus of fractional-order multi-agent systems with current and delay states
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In this paper, we study some new fractional-order multi-agent systems with current and delay states (FMASCD). Using the generalized Nyquist’s stability criterion and Gerschgorin’s circle theorem, we obtain the bounded input-bounded output (BIBO) stability and asymptotical consensus of the FMASCD under mild conditions. Moreover, we give some numerical examples to illustrate our main results.
Key wordsfractional-order multi-agent system (FMAS) asymptotical consensus current state delay state
Chinese Library ClassificationO193
2010 Mathematics Subject Classification34A08 34D05
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