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Blog: A Multi-Agent Controller Design Architecture: part I


preliminary work toward multi-agent control…

Preliminary Notes

*OODA Loop — John Boyd

*cognitive radio network architectures — Dolphin, OOPDAL, etc…

Introduction

Desiderata


Metric, Properties and Characteristics

The Controller

Interactions

Distributed Model Predictive Control

Controller Architecture

Conclusion

Future Work


References

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  13. …[50+ to come…]

Further Reading

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