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Wed, July 1, 2020
Networked and robotic systems in emerging applications are required to operate safely, adaptively, and degrade gracefully while coordinating a large number of nodes. Distributed algorithms have consolidated as a means for robust coordination, overcoming the challenges imposed by the limited capabilities of each agent. However, plenty of problems still exist to break down the barriers of fast computation, make effective use of measured data, and understand large-scale limit effects. In this talk, I will present ongoing work in the control of infrastructure networks and large-swarm coordination, along with a discussion on modeling approaches, analysis tools, and architectural trade-offs going from small to large-sized robotic networks.