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The leader-following attitude consensus problem of multiple rigid body systems over switching networks was solved by the distributed observer approach. The resulting control law requires that the control of every rigid body system know the dynamics of the exosystem that produces the desired angular velocity. In this paper, we further consider solving the same problem by the adaptive distributed observer approach. The latter approach is able to provide for each rigid body system the estimation of the dynamics of the exosystem, thus leading to a fully distributed control law for solving the leader-following attitude consensus problem of multiple rigid body systems.
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