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Distributed connectivity control of mobile networks
Control of mobile networks raises fundamental and novel problems in controlling the structure of the resulting dynamic graphs. In particular, in applications involving mobile sensor networks andExpand
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Potential Fields for Maintaining Connectivity of Mobile Networks
The control of mobile networks of multiple agents raises fundamental and novel problems in controlling the structure of the resulting dynamic graphs. In this paper, we consider the problem ofExpand
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Flocking while preserving network connectivity
Coordinated motion of multiple agents raises fundamental and novel problems in control theory and robotics. In particular, in applications such as consensus seeking or flocking by a group of mobileExpand
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Graph-theoretic connectivity control of mobile robot networks
In this paper, we provide a theoretical framework for controlling graph connectivity in mobile robot networks. We discuss proximity-based communication models composed of disk-based orExpand
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Inferring stable genetic networks from steady-state data
Gene regulatory networks capture the interactions between genes and other cell substances, resulting from the fundamental biological process of transcription and translation. In some applications,Expand
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A distributed auction algorithm for the assignment problem
The assignment problem constitutes one of the fundamental problems in the context of linear programming. Besides its theoretical significance, its frequent appearance in the areas of distributedExpand
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Hybrid Control for Connectivity Preserving Flocking
In this technical note, we address the combined problem of motion and network topology control in a group of mobile agents with common objective the flocking behavior of the group. Instead ofExpand
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A feedback stabilization and collision avoidance scheme for multiple independent non-point agents,
A navigation functions' based methodology, established in our previous work for centralized multiple robot navigation, is extended to address the problem of decentralized navigation. In contrast toExpand
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Network Integrity in Mobile Robotic Networks
Most coordinated tasks performed by teams of mobile robots require reliable communications between team members. Therefore, task accomplishment requires that robots navigate their environment withExpand
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Decentralized motion control of multiple holonomic agents under input constraints
The navigation function methodology, established in previous work for centralized multiple robot navigation, is extended for decentralized navigation with input constraints. In contrast to theExpand
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