Special Session 146: 

Consensus Control of Multi-agent Systems with Noises and Time-delays

Xiaofeng Zong
China University of Geosciences
Peoples Rep of China
Co-Author(s):    Tao Li, Ji-Feng Zhang
Multi-agent systems in complex communication environments are inevitably subjected to communication delays and measurement noises. The delays and measurement noises are intertwined with the distributed structure of the multi-agent system, which significantly affects the convergence performance and brings substantial difficulties to the design of the control law. Based on probability theory and stochastic stability theory, this report will investigate the consensus control of the multi-agent systems with measurement noises and time-delays. The explicit consensus conditions related to the control gain and system parameters are deduced, where the system parameters include noise intensities, time-delay and communication graph.