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Achieving robust average consensus over wireless networks

By Francesco Acciani, Geert Heijenk and Paolo Frasca


This work addresses the average consensus problem over wireless networks that suffer from transmitter-based random communication losses. Two novel methods are proposed to compensate for the information that is lost during communication as a result of packet collisions. The speeds of convergence of the two methods are analytically estimated and compared with another compensation method from the literature: simulations illustrate and validate our results. Furthermore, we describe a time-slotted communication algorithm to implement the compensation methods

Topics: Control and Systems Engineering, Control and Optimization
Publisher: IEEE
Year: 2017
DOI identifier: 10.1109/ecc.2016.7810343
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