Gregory K. Fricke

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—Many swarm robotics problems focus on the details of robotic dynamics, while ignoring certain other practical issues such as the boundedness of the exploration space, the probability of unsuccessful communication or sensing between agents, knowledge of a common coordinate system, or the initial distribution of robots. A two-phase control is devised which,(More)
— Representation of a swarm of independent robotic agents under graph-theoretic constructs allows for more formal analysis of convergence properties. We consider the local and global convergence behavior of an N-member swarm of agents in a modified consensus problem wherein the connectivity of agents is governed by probabilistic functions. The addition of a(More)
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