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Publications about 'Large-scale networks'
Theses
  1. F. Lin. Structure identification and optimal design of large-scale networks of dynamical systems. PhD thesis, University of Minnesota, 2012. Keyword(s): Alternating direction method of multipliers, Architectural issues in distributed control design, Consensus networks, Control of vehicular formations, Convex Optimization, Leader selection, Sparsity-promoting optimal control. [bibtex-entry]


Journal articles
  1. B. Bamieh, M. R. Jovanovic, P. Mitra, and S. Patterson. Coherence in large-scale networks: dimension dependent limitations of local feedback. IEEE Trans. Automat. Control, 57(9):2235-2249, September 2012. Note: (2013 George S. Axelby Outstanding Paper Award). Keyword(s): Control of vehicular formations, Large-scale networks, Fundamental limitations. [bibtex-entry]


  2. F. Lin, M. Fardad, and M. R. Jovanovic. Optimal control of vehicular formations with nearest neighbor interactions. IEEE Trans. Automat. Control, 57(9):2203-2218, September 2012. Keyword(s): Architectural issues in distributed control design, Distributed control, Optimal localized control, Control of vehicular formations, Large-scale networks, Fundamental limitations. [bibtex-entry]


Conference articles
  1. X. Wu, F. Dörfler, and M. R. Jovanovic. Analysis and design trade-offs for power network inter-area oscillations. In Proceedings of the 21st International Symposium on Mathematical Theory of Network and Systems, Groningen, The Netherlands, pages 657-663, 2014. Note: (Invited paper). Keyword(s): Performance of large-scale networks, Power networks, Sparsity-promoting optimal control, Wide-area control. [bibtex-entry]


Book chapters
  1. M. R. Jovanovic. Vehicular Chains. In J. Baillieul and T. Samad, editors, Encyclopedia of Systems and Control. Springer, 2014. Note: In press. Keyword(s): Control of vehicular formations, Large-scale networks, Fundamental limitations. [bibtex-entry]



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