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9-2014 Verifying and Validating Multirobot Missions

@inproceedings{Lyons201992014VA,
  title={9-2014 Verifying and Validating Multirobot Missions},
  author={Damian M. Lyons},
  year={2019}
}
We have developed an approach that can be used by mission designers to determine whether or not a performance guarantee for their mission software, when carried out under the uncertain conditions of a real-world environment, will hold within a threshold probability. In this paper we demonstrate its utility for verifying multirobot missions, in particular a bounding overwatch mission. 

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