Efficient Dynamic Tracking Control System for Mobile Network Agents

Provided by: International Journal of Latest Trends in Engineering and Technology (IJLTET)
Topic: Mobility
Format: PDF
The several modern applications, teams of autonomous agents with distributed sensing and/or communication capabilities are required to cooperatively complete a complex task. Typically, such controllers use a two loop structure (nonlinear, linear controller), where the outer loop enervates reference signals based on tracking errors and the inner loop uses the reference signals to improve the dynamics. This paper presents a complete tracking of high-performance decentralized control design that permits mobile agents with dynamic distributed networked sensing capabilities to track the desired routs (trajectory), identify what information must be distributed to each agent for tracking, and develop methods to minimize the communication needed for the trajectory information distribution.

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