报告人：Prof. Gang Feng, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
In this talk event-triggered control will be first overviewed. The motivation and major event-triggering mechanisms will be discussed. The challenging issue on exclusion of Zeno behavior will be highlighted. Then the adaptive event-triggered control will be considered for heterogeneous multi-agent systems. A fully distributed adaptive even-triggered control scheme will be presented for output consensus of such multi-agent systems. It is shown that the output consensus problem can be solved by the proposed adaptive event-triggered control scheme if a necessary and sufficient condition is satisfied. The feasibility of the proposed control scheme is discussed by excluding Zeno behavior. A numerical example is given to illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed control scheme.
Gang Feng received the B.Eng and M.Eng. Degrees in Automatic Control from Nanjing Aeronautical Institute, China in 1982 and in 1984 respectively, and the Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Melbourne, Australia in 1992.
Professor Feng was a Lecturer in Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, 1991 and a Senior Lecturer/Lecturer, University of New South Wales, 1992-1999. He has been with City University of Hong Kong since 2000 where he is now a Chair Professor of Mechatronic Engineering. He has received a ChangJiang Chair Professorship award conferred by Ministry of Education, the Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship, the IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems Outstanding Paper Award, the Shimemura Young Author Prizeofthe Asian Control Conference, the Best Paper Award of IEEE International Conference on Neural Networks and Signal Processing, and the Best Theoretical Paper Award in the Second World Congress on Intelligent Control and Automation. He is listed as a SCI highly cited researcher by Clarivate Analytics. He is an author of one research monograph entitled “Analysis and Synthesis of Fuzzy Control Systems: A Model Based Approach”, and over 300 SCI indexed papers including over 130 in IEEE Transactions. His research interests include intelligent systems and control, networked control systems, and multi-agent systems and control.
Professor Feng is a fellow of IEEE. He has been the Associate Editor of IEEE Trans. Automatic Control, IEEE Trans. Fuzzy Systems, IEEE Trans. Systems, Man, & Cybernetics, Mechatronics, Journal of Systems Science and Complexity, and Journal of Control Theory and Applications.