Work towards PhD degree under the supervision of Prof. Alfred M. Bruckstein
When: 12.9.2021 at 11:00
Abstract: The thesis investigates the emergent behavior of single integrator multi-agents, guided by an exogenous broadcast control. The broadcast guidance control, a velocity signal, is detected and applied by a subgroup of agents, referred to as leaders. Several linear and non-linear models are considered, with fixed, as well as varying topology, the latter caused by limited visibility. In each case, we show the impact of the broadcast control and of the subset of leaders on the asymptotic behavior of the system.