Formation control and coordination of autonomous agents
The primary purpose of this thesis is to present new results in the field of localization, co-ordination and control of multi-agent systems. In the first part of the thesis, initially, the problem of localization in the presence of inter-agent noisy measurements is formalized and it is established that approximate localizability, i.e. the ability to calculate the approximate positions of the agents, is a generic property and as long as the magnitude of noise is smaller than an upper bound, one...[Show more]
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