In this paper, we consider the semi-global regulation of output synchronization problem for heterogeneous networks of invertible linear agents subject to actuator saturation. That is, we regulate the output of each agent according to an a priori specified reference model. The network communication infrastructure provides each agent with a linear combination of its own output relative to that of neighboring agents, and it allows the agents to exchange information about their own internal observer estimates while some agents have access to their own outputs relative to the reference trajectory.
|Number of pages||19|
|Journal||International journal of robust and nonlinear control|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|