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Task-driven multi-formation control for coordinated UAV/UGV ISR missions

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Task-driven multi-formation control for coordinated UAV/UGV ISR missions

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Title: Task-driven multi-formation control for coordinated UAV/UGV ISR missions
Author: Tanner, Herbert
Subject(s): Cooperative control, UAVs, UGVs, reconnaissance, surveillance, search
Abstract: The report describes the development of a theoretical framework for coordination and control of combined teams of UAVs and UGVs for coordinated ISR missions. We consider the mission as a composition of an ordered sequence of subtasks, each to be performed by a different team. We design continuous cooperative controllers that enable each team to perform a given subtask and we develop a discrete strategy for interleaving the action of teams on different subtasks. The overall multi-agent coordination architecture is captured by a hybrid automaton, stability is studied using Lyapunov tools, and performance is evaluated through numerical simulations.
Date: 2006-10-19
Series: ME-TR
06-002
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1928/2355

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