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The event-primarily based control strategy is an effective methodology for tackling the distributed management of multi-agent systems with limited on-board resources. This technical note focuses on event-based mostly leader-following consensus for multi-agent systems described by general linear models and subject to input time delay between controller and actuator. For each agent, the controller updates are event-based mostly and only triggered at its own event times. A necessary condition and 2 sufficient conditions on leader-following consensus are presented, respectively. It is shown that continuous Communication between neighboring agents can be avoided and the Zeno-behavior of triggering time sequences is excluded. A numerical example is presented to illustrate the effectiveness of the obtained theoretical results.

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