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Performance analysis of distributed control configurations in LQR multi-agent system design
2016 UKACC 11th International Conference on Control (CONTROL)
The paper considers a distributed Linear Quadratic Regulator (LQR) design framework for a network of identical dynamically decoupled multi-agent systems. It is known that in this case a stabilizing distributed controller for the network can be obtained by solving a centralized LQR problem whose size depends on the maximum vertex degree of the graph. A systematic method is presented for computing the performance loss of various distributed control configurations relative to the performance ofdoi:10.1109/control.2016.7737530 fatcat:iyswvjlhx5hb3jgmcgs3qmeoi4