Summers, Tyler; Yu, Changbin (Brad); Anderson, Brian; Dasgupta, Soura
This paper considers formation shape control of a team of four agents in the plane, motivated by an example from . We utilize bidirectional, gradient-based interagent distance control laws which are designed so that the agents cooperatively achieve a specified desired formation shape. When every interagent distance is actively controlled (i.e. the information architecture is a complete graph), there may exist equilibrium formation shapes with incorrect interagent distances. We prove that any...[Show more]
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