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Distributed control of robotic networks

a mathematical approach to motion coordination algorithms

by Francesco Bullo

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Published by Princeton University Press in Princeton, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Robotics,
  • Computer algorithms,
  • Robots -- Control systems

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementFrancesco Bullo, Jorge Cortés, Sonia Martínez.
    SeriesPrinceton series in applied mathematics
    ContributionsCortés, Jorge, 1974-, Martínez, Sonia, 1974-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTJ211 .B82 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23165360M
    ISBN 109780691141954
    LC Control Number2009006697

    This book is one of the first to devote itself solely to this exciting area of research, covering such topics as self-organization, communication and coordination, multi-robot manipulation and control, distributed system design, distributed sensing, intelligent manufacturing systems, and group behavior. Preface The subject of the course is the coordinated control of autonomous mobile robots. Autonomous means that the robot has only sensory inputs|no outside direct commands. We sh.

    (ii) You are not allowed to modify, sell, or claim authorship of any part of this document. (iii) We thank you for any feedback information, including errors, suggestions, evaluations, and teaching or research uses. 2 “Distributed Control of Robotic Networks ” by F. Bullo, J. Cortés and S. Martínez. In particular, she has focused on the modeling and control of robotic sensor networks, the development of distributed coordination and estimation algorithms for groups of autonomous vehicles, and the geometric control of mechanical systems. She .

    As such, the research here lies in the multidisciplinary intersection of feedback control theory, distributed systems and communication networks. It also includes software development that finds ways to solve various distributed control problems arising, for example, in robotic transportation and power networks. Distributed control of robotic networks. Michael Myron Zavlanos, University of Pennsylvania. Abstract. The field of robotics is evolving from single monolithic robots to teams of small but interconnected robots that achieve global objectives using local coordination. Coordinated missions for such teams of mobile robots include coordinated.


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physical location of as many robots as possible, i.e., to steer the robots to a common location. This objective is to be achieved with the limited information flow described in the model of the network. Typically, it will be impossible to solve the rendezvous problem for all robots if the robots.

Citation Information. Distributed Control of Robotic Networks. A Mathematical Approach to Motion Coordination Algorithms. Princeton University Press.

BibTeX @MISC{Bullo_distributedcontrol, author = {Francesco Bullo}, title = {Distributed Control of Robotic Networks, by Francesco Bullo,}, year = {}}. Distributed Control of Robotic Networks 1 intro to distributed algorithms (graph theory, synchronous networks, and averaging algos) 2 geometric models and geometric optimization problems 3 model for robotic, relative sensing networks, and complexity 4 algorithms for rendezvous, deployment, boundary estimation Manuscript by F.

Bullo, J. Cortes. Introduces the distributed control of robotic networks. This book presents a set of tools for understanding coordination algorithms, determining their correctness, and assessing their complexity. It analyzes various cooperative strategies for tasks such as consensus, rendezvous, connectivity maintenance, deployment, and boundary estimation.

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Bullo, Francesco / Cortés, Jorge / Martínez, Sonia Distributed Control of Robotic Networks A Mathematical Approach to Motion Coordination Algorithms.network, that is, the mobile robots and the communication service connecting them.

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