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On frame and orientation localization for relative sensing networks

Author(s)Piovan, Giulia; Shames, Iman; Fidan, Baris; Bullo, Francesco; Anderson, Brian
TypeConference paper
Date Published2008
Date CreatedDecember 9-11 2008

Optimality analysis of sensor-target geometries in passive localization: Part 2 - Time-of-arrival based localization.

Author(s)Bishop, Adrian; Fidan, Baris; Anderson, Brian; Pathirana, Pubudu; Dogancay, Kutluyil
TypeConference paper
Date Published2008
Date CreatedDecember 15-18 2008

Non-hierarchical UAV formation control for surveillance tasks

Author(s)Van der Walle, Dirk; Fidan, Baris; Sutton, Andrew; Yu, Changbin (Brad); Anderson, Brian
TypeConference paper
Date Published2008
Date CreatedJune 11-13 2008

Close target reconnaissance using autonomous UAV formations

Author(s)Shames, Iman; Fidan, Baris; Anderson, Brian
TypeConference paper
Date Published2008
Date CreatedDecember 9-11 2008

Self-localization of Mobile Agents in the Plane

Author(s)Shames, Iman; Fidan, Baris; Anderson, Brian; Hmam, Hatem
TypeConference paper
Date Published2008
Date CreatedMay 7-9 2008

Switching control for robust autonomous robot and vehicle platoon formation maintenance

Author(s)Fidan, Baris; Anderson, Brian
TypeConference paper
Date Published2008
Date CreatedJune 25-27 2008

Optimality analysis of sensor-target geometries in passive localization: Part 1 - Bearing-only localization

Author(s)Bishop, Adrian; Fidan, Baris; Anderson, Brian; Dogancay, Kutluyil; Pathirana, Pubudu
TypeConference paper
Date Published2008
Date CreatedDecember 15-18 2008

Reduction of Self-localization Errors in Mutli-Agent Autonomous Formations

Author(s)Shames, Iman; Fidan, Baris; Anderson, Brian
TypeConference paper
Date Published2008
Date CreatedJuly 6-11 2008
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