Circumnavigation using distance measurements
Consider a stationary agent A at an unknown location and a mobile agent B that must move to the vicinity of and then circumnavigate A at a prescribed distance from A. In doing so, B can only measure its distance from A, and knows its own position in some
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|Source:||2009 European Control Conference, ECC 2009|
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