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Graph Theoretic Methods in Multiagent Networks (Princeton Series in Applied Mathematics) Hardcover – July 21, 2010
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"This well-organized book is an extensive and complete introduction to graph theoretic methods in the context of multiagent and multivehicle cooperative networks. The presentation of the material is elegant and in addition to basic results, the book includes new topics not commonly found in the literature. Ideal for graduate students and researchers, the book represents a significant contribution to the emerging field of cooperative control and consensus."--Randy Beard, Brigham Young University
"This comprehensive overview of multiagent coordination brings together the existing literature on the subject and presents it in a clean, pedagogical fashion. The book will be useful to those in the areas of control theory, signal processing, and related disciplines."--Ali Jadbabaie, University of Pennsylvania
"This book focuses on graph theoretic techniques in multiagent systems, with a strong emphasis on agreement problems. It covers a good selection of issues and will make a solid textbook for advanced courses in the field."--Richard Murray, California Institute of Technology
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