On 3-D Formation Control With Mismatched Coordinates
A typical formation shape control problem involves point agents sensing relative positions, that is, orientations and distances, of their neighbors and then moving so that these relative positions achieve some prespecified values. Such a procedure, requiring as it does sensing of orientations, implicitly presupposes that all agents have a shared understanding of the common orientations. On the other hand, there may be biases in sensors, variations in the earth's magnetic field interfering with...[Show more]
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