This work examines the problem of the on-board agreement of second-order non-linear multi-agent systems as part of the quantified measures. As part of the edge agreement, the authors present an important concept on the main edge of Laplacian and also obtain a scale model of the dynamics of the on-board convention based on the subgraph of the clamping shaft. The problem of quantifying second-order non-linear multi-agent systems, which takes into account both uniform and logarithmic quanti- is being investigated. Not only do the authors guarantee the stability of the proposed quantified control law, but they also reveal the explicit mathematical link between quantified interval and convergence characteristics for both unit quantisors and logarithmic quantities, which have not yet been processed. Especially for uniform quantifiers, they provide the upper limit of the radius of the neighbor of the accord and indicate that the radius increases with the quantification interval. While in logarithmic quantors, agents converge exponentially towards the desired match balance. In addition, the authors discover the relationship between the quantification interval and the rate of convergence and also provide estimates of the convergence rate. Finally, the results of the simulation are given to verify the theoretical analysis. Other keywords: logarithmic quantifies; Framing the agreement laplacian-oriented edge; quantified measures; The quantification interval Uniform quantifiers Tension of the tree subgraph; second-order non-linear multi-agent systems; marginal agreement problems; The dynamics of the edge agreement: artificial intelligence; Combinatorial mathematics arXivLabs is a framework that allows employees to develop and share new arXiv functions directly on our website.
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