Consensus Tracking of Fractional-Order Multiagent Systems via Fractional-Order Iterative Learning Control

Complexity 2019:1-11 (2019)

In this work, the consensus problem of fractional-order multiagent systems with the general linear model of fixed topology is studied. Both distributed PDα-type and Dα-type fractional-order iterative learning control algorithms are proposed. Here, a virtual leader is introduced to generate the desired trajectory, fixed communication topology is considered, and only a subset of followers can access the desired trajectory. The convergence conditions are proved using graph theory, fractional calculus, and λ norm theory. The theoretical analysis shows that the output of each agent completely tracks the expected trajectory in a limited time as the iteration number increases for both PDα-type and Dα-type FOILC algorithms. Extensive numerical simulations are given to demonstrate the feasibility and effectiveness.
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DOI 10.1155/2019/2192168
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