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Observer-Based Event-Triggered Tracking Control of Leader-Follower Systems with Time Delay

LIU Wenhui ,YANG Chunjie , SUN Youxian , QIN Jiaxiang   

  1. College of Control Science and Engineering, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou 310027, China.
  • Online:2016-08-25 Published:2016-08-24

LIU Wenhui,YANG Chunjie,SUN Youxian,QIN Jiaxiang. Observer-Based Event-Triggered Tracking Control of Leader-Follower Systems with Time Delay[J]. Journal of Systems Science and Complexity, 2016, 29(4): 865-880.

This paper studies the tracking control of general linear multi-agent systems with or without time delays. The observer-based event-triggered control schemes will be considered. For the conventional distributed tracking protocol, the authors will not update the relative state in continuous time, i.e., the relative state will be updated by some events which happened in discrete time. A completely decentralized event-trigger will be designed for leader-follower systems. It is shown that all followers can track the leader asymptotically by the proposed protocol, if the feedback gain matrices are designed appropriately. Numerical simulations are also provided and the results show highly consistent with the theoretical results.

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