Determining the likelihood of un-controllability in large scale systems
Large-scale dynamical systems are of interest due to their broad applications in various areas, such as physiological systems, gene networks, large-scale energy systems, robot motions, multiple space air, and buildings. In such systems there are a large number of interconnected systems whose behavior can be observed by some output variables. The mathematical structure of these large-scale systems can be described by a dynamic consensus graph consisting of nodes and dynamic edges (links). For a given graph, the node variables represent the observable variables, and the edges represent the ...
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