In this paper, we propose a decentralized strategy to control the topology of Kuramoto oscillators coupled via a proximity rule. In particular, the proposed control law is capable of steering the oscillators' dynamics so that a desired steady-state topology is achieved. This result is obtained through a decentralized and discontinuous feedback control action that relies only on local information available at each node. The effectiveness of the control strategy is demonstrated through extensive numerical simulations.

Topology Control of Networks of Proximity Kuramoto Oscillators

De Lellis, Pietro;Garofalo, Francesco;Lo Iudice, Francesco
2018

Abstract

In this paper, we propose a decentralized strategy to control the topology of Kuramoto oscillators coupled via a proximity rule. In particular, the proposed control law is capable of steering the oscillators' dynamics so that a desired steady-state topology is achieved. This result is obtained through a decentralized and discontinuous feedback control action that relies only on local information available at each node. The effectiveness of the control strategy is demonstrated through extensive numerical simulations.
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