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Consensus-Based Distributed Filtering
We address the consensus-based distributed linear filtering problem, where a discrete time, linear stochastic process is observed by a network of sensors. We assume that the consensus weights are known and we first provide ...
The asymptotic consensus problem on convex metric spaces
A consensus problem consists of a group of dynamic agents who seek to agree upon certain quantities of interest. The agents exchange information according to a communication network modeled as a directed time-varying ...
Linear Processes Under Vanishing Communications - The Consensus Problem
In this report, we revisit the classical multi-agent distributed consensus problem under the dropping of the general assumption that the existence of a connection between agent implies weights uniformly bounded away from ...
A performance comparison between two consensus-based distributed optimization algorithms
In this paper we address the problem of multi-agent optimization for convex functions expressible as sums of convex functions. Each agent has access to only one function in the sum and can use only local information to ...
A randomized gossip consensus algorithm on convex metric spaces
A consensus problem consists of a group of dynamic agents who seek to agree upon certain quantities of interest. This problem can be generalized in the context of convex metric spaces that extend the standard notion of ...