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Volume 9, Number 5, 2019, Pages 1927-1939                                                                DOI:10.11948/2156-907X.20190008
Further improvement of finite-time consensus protocols for detail-balanced networks
Ye Cheng,Bao Shi,Wenfei Zhao,Liangliang Ding
Keywords:Finite-time consensus, multi-agent systems, convergence rate, graph theory.
Abstract:
      This paper presents a new class of protocols to solve finite-time consensus for multi-agent systems. The protocols are induced from the classical finite-time consensus algorithm by using the so-called protocol function. Sufficient conditions are established for networked agents to experience finite-time consensus under time-varying undirected and fixed directed topologies. Numerical simulations show that the proposed protocols can provide more flexibility to improve convergence rate.
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