Anderson, Brian; Yu, Changbin (Brad)
This paper is concerned with two related problems using graph theoretic methods for their solution. The central contribution to formation control is to demonstrate that if each agent senses a modest number of additional distances beyond those which are actively being controlled, and with limited message passing between neighboring agents, each agent can infer the relative positions of its neighbors in its own coordinate basis. Additional effort to related this to the basis used for viewing its...[Show more]
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