CONTROLLED INTERCONNECTED HYBRID SYSTEMS – A NEW FRAMEWORK FOR MULTI-AGENT SYSTEMS

Y. Shokri-Kalandaragh and H.A. Talebi

Keywords

Hybrid framework, abstract model, interconnected hybrid systems (IHSs), rule base control

Abstract

Physical behaviour analysis of multi-agent systems is an important task due to their wide range of applications. This behaviour includes interactions of agents and environmental dynamics which typically lead to continuous and discrete changes in agents’ states. The frameworks provided for this type of systems suffer from their large size, poor usability, and difficulties in analysing and controller design features. This paper presents a novel framework for implementing most of multi-agent missions. The proposed framework is able to take advantages of Hybrid automata and Graph grammar and resolve some of their deficiencies. The performance of the proposed framework is verified through mathematical expressions and simulation studies.

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