Event-Triggered Consensus for Multiple Nonholonomic Systems
The paper investigates the consensus problem of multiple nonholonomic systems. Two event-triggered control strategies, one centralized and the other distributed, are developed, which can reduce the frequency of control updating. Under the proposed protocols, the multiple nonholonomic systems can achieve consensus, and the bound of inter-event time intervals is provided to illustrate that no Zeno behavior exists. Finally, numerical simulations are also provided to demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed control strategies.
KeywordsConsensus event-triggered control multiple nonholonomic systems
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