Popis předmětu - BE3M35DRS

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BE3M35DRS Dynamics and Control of Networks Rozsah výuky:2p+2c
Garanti:Šebek M. Role:PO,PV Zakončení:Z,ZK
Vyučující:Hengster-Movric K.
Zodpovědná katedra:13135 Kreditů:6 Semestr:Z


The course offers a response to the increasing demand for understanding of networks - large-scale and complex dynamical systems that are created by interconnecting components and subsystems. We will not restrict ourselves to one physical or technological domain. Quite the opposite, we will analyze the network-related phenomena found in several domains, including societal, economic, or biological. We will analyze the fundamental similarities among flight control of formations of unmanned aerial vehicles, tigh distance regulation in platoons of trucks on highways, generation and distribution of energy in smart grids, realization of a phone call in a cellular phone network, manipulation of a community through Facebook, or even forecasting the epidemics spread over a globe. For such networks, the resulting behavior is given not only by the individual components and subsystems but also by the way in which they are interconnected (topology of the network). Understanding these issues goes far beyond the boundaries of individual physical and technological or scientific domains. In the first part of the course we will introduce fundamental theoretical and computational concepts for analysis of networks, in particular, we will introduce basics of algebraic graph theory and network algorithms. In the second half of the course we will view the network as a dynamic system and we will study its properties and the ways in which these properties can be affected (controlled). We will use the methodologies from the automatic control theory. Finally, we will introduce some interesting tools for analysis and synthesis of networked systems such as wave and scattering description and distributed optimization.

Cíle studia:

Get familiar with the computational frameworks for analysis and synthesis of large-scale complex interconnected systems ? networks.

Osnovy přednášek:

1. Basic concepts and examples of technological, information, social and biological networks.
2. Algebraic and spectral graph theory: graph Laplacian, incidence matrix, adjacency matrix, incidence matrix, degree, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, irreducible and balanced graph, rigid graph.
3. Algorithms for analysis of large-scale networks - PageRank, centrality, clusters.
4. Type of graphs and networks: random graph, small-world network, regular graph, scale-free network.
5. Social and biological networks, leaders, complexity.
6. Resilience of network and epidemics on networks.
7. Dynamics in networks.
8. Consensus (agreement) in networks, synchronization (for example in smart grids), internal model principle.
9. Formation control: controllability and observability in a graph, stability of formation.
10. Distributed control of distributed systems: stability, performance, passivity-based control.
11. Distributed estimation (for example, in wireless sensor networks).
12. Scaling phenomena in distributed control of distributed systems. : string instability, coherence.
13. Wave and scattering methods for modeling, analysis and synthesis of networked systems.
14. Distributed optimization: Alternating directions method of multipliers (ADMM), subgradient methods.

Osnovy cvičení:

The exercises will be dedicated to solving some computational problems together with the instructor and other students.


These are the books on which the course has been built. Students will be expected to used them during the course (a number of copies will be bought into the library):
[1. ] Mark Newman. Networks: An introduction. Oxford University Press, 2010, ISBN: 9780199206650.
[2. ] Mehran Mesbahi and Magnus Egerstedt. Graph Theoretic Methods in Multiagent Networks, Princeton University Press, 2010, ISBN: 9780691140612


Předmět je zahrnut do těchto studijních plánů:

Plán Obor Role Dop. semestr
MEKYR5_2016 Kybernetika a robotika PV 3
MEKYR3_2016 Systémy a řízení PO 3
MEKYR2_2016 Senzory a přístrojová technika PV 3
MEKYR1_2016 Robotika PV 3
MEKYR4_2016 Letecké a kosmické systémy PV 3

Stránka vytvořena 26.9.2017 05:47:18, semestry: L/2016-7, Z,L/2017-8, Z/2018-9, připomínky k informační náplni zasílejte správci studijních plánů Návrh a realizace: I. Halaška (K336), J. Novák (K336)
Za obsah odpovídá: doc. Ing. Ivan Jelínek, CSc.