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Touri B. Product of Random Stochastic Matrices and Distributed Averaging

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Touri B. Product of Random Stochastic Matrices and Distributed Averaging
Berlin: Springer, 2012. - 152p.
The thesis deals with averaging dynamics in a multiagent networked system, which is a main mechanism for diffusing the information over such networks. It arises in a wide range of applications in engineered physical networks (such as mobile communication and sensor networks), as well as social and economic networks. The thesis provides in depth study of stability and other phenomena characterizing the limiting behavior of both deterministic and random averaging dynamics. By developing new concepts, and using the tools from dynamic system theory and non-negative matrix theory, several novel fundamental results are rigorously developed. These contribute significantly to our understanding of averaging dynamics as well as to non-negative random matrix theory. The exposition, although highly rigorous and technical, is elegant and insightful, and accompanied with numerous illustrative examples, which makes this thesis work easily accessible to those just entering this field and will also be much appreciated by experts in the field.
Contents :

Front Matter
Products of Stochastic Matrices and Averaging Dynamics
Ergodicity of Random Chains
Infinite Flow Stability
Absolute Infinite Flow Property
Averaging Dynamics in General State Spaces
Conclusion and Suggestions for Future Works
Back Matter
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