IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, Vol.53, No.9, 2122-2128, 2008
Consensus of Multi-Agent Systems With Diverse Input and Communication Delays
The consensus problem for multi-agent systems with input and communication delays is studied based on the frequency-domain analysis. Two decentralized consensus conditions are obtained, one of which is given for the systems based on undirected graphs with diverse input delays and the other is for the systems based on directed graphs with diverse communication delays and input delays. For the systems with both communication delays and input delays, the consensus condition is dependent on input delays but independent of communication delays.