Splitting Rigid Formations
Consider a network of sensors able to move in 2-dimensional space. We may aim to impose distance constraints between certain sensors to ensure every pair of sensors maintain their distance from one another under any continuous movement. This property is known as rigidity. Rigidity may be required to ensure that no sensor will move out of range of any other sensor during movement. However, there arise situations which require us to decompose a rigid formation into two or more rigid...[Show more]
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