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Volume 17,     Number 1,     Spring 2009

 

SOME RECENT ADVANCES IN CONSENSUS OF
MULTIAGENT DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS
JINHU LÜ AND MACIEJ J. OGORZALEK

Abstract. Over the past decade, the consensus of multiagent systems has received an increasing attention in various fields, such as mathematics, physics, biology, and engineering sciences. There are numerous results reported on the consensus of multiagent systems. Now it is necessary to review the recent advances in consensus of multiagent systems. This paper firstly reviews the main mathematical models of multiagent systems, including Boids model, Vicsek model, and Couzin-Levin model. Moreover, this paper reviews the main advances in the consensus of multiagent systems, including the linear local updating rules, nonlinear local updating rules, and leader and asymmetric matrix cases.

 

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