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−  +  In this lecture we introduce the problem of cooperative control of a multiagent system. As an initial problem,  
+  we consider the problem of cooperation among a collection of vehicles performing a shared task using intervehicle communication to coordinate their actions. We prove a Nyquist criterion that uses the eigenvalues of the graph Laplacian matrix to determine the effect of the communication topology on formation stability. We also summarize recent extensions to this work using distributed receding horizon control.  
−  +  == Lecture Materials ==  
* Lecture slides: {{eecisp08 pdfL10_coopctrl.pdfCooperative Control}}  * Lecture slides: {{eecisp08 pdfL10_coopctrl.pdfCooperative Control}}  
−  +  == Further Reading ==  
−  +  * <p>J. A. Fax and R. M. Murray, "Information flow and cooperative control of vehicle formations", ''IEEE T. Automatic Control'', 49(9):14651476, 2004.</p>  
−  +  * <p>R. M. Murray, “Recent Research in Cooperative Control of MultiVehicle Systems”, ''J. Guidance, Control and Dynamics'', 2007.</p>  
−  * J. A. Fax and R. M. Murray, "Information flow and cooperative control of vehicle formations", ''IEEE T. Automatic Control'', 49(9):14651476, 2004.  +  * <p>W. B. Dunbar and R. M. Murray, "Distributed receding horizon control for multivehicle formation stabilization". ''Automatica'', 42(4):549558, 2006.</p> 
−  * R. M. Murray, “Recent Research in Cooperative Control of MultiVehicle Systems”, ''J. Guidance, Control and Dynamics'', 2007.  + 
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Contents 
In this lecture we introduce the problem of cooperative control of a multiagent system. As an initial problem, we consider the problem of cooperation among a collection of vehicles performing a shared task using intervehicle communication to coordinate their actions. We prove a Nyquist criterion that uses the eigenvalues of the graph Laplacian matrix to determine the effect of the communication topology on formation stability. We also summarize recent extensions to this work using distributed receding horizon control.
Lecture Materials
 Lecture slides: Cooperative Control
Further Reading

J. A. Fax and R. M. Murray, "Information flow and cooperative control of vehicle formations", IEEE T. Automatic Control, 49(9):14651476, 2004.

R. M. Murray, “Recent Research in Cooperative Control of MultiVehicle Systems”, J. Guidance, Control and Dynamics, 2007.

W. B. Dunbar and R. M. Murray, "Distributed receding horizon control for multivehicle formation stabilization". Automatica, 42(4):549558, 2006.