TSIPN Volume 10 | 2024

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TSIPN Volume 10 | 2024

This work explores the challenging problems of nonlinear dynamics, nonaffine structures, heterogeneous properties, and deception attack together and proposes a novel distributed model-free adaptive predictive control (DMFAPC) for multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO) multi-agent systems (MASs). A dynamic linearization method is introduced to address the nonlinear heterogeneous dynamics which is transformed as the unknown parameters in the obtained linear data model.

Representation learning considering high-order relationships in data has recently shown to be advantageous in many applications. The construction of a meaningful hypergraph plays a crucial role in the success of hypergraph-based representation learning methods, which is particularly useful in hypergraph neural networks and hypergraph signal processing.

The Random Dot Product Graph (RDPG) is a generative model for relational data, where nodes are represented via latent vectors in low-dimensional Euclidean space. RDPGs crucially postulate that edge formation probabilities are given by the dot product of the corresponding latent positions. Accordingly, the embedding task of estimating these vectors from an observed graph is typically posed as a low-rank matrix factorization problem.


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