A Feasibility assessment of a new navigation system for unmanned underwater vehicles with adaptive gain sliding mode differentiation

@inproceedings{Szklany2012AFA,
  title={A Feasibility assessment of a new navigation system for unmanned underwater vehicles with adaptive gain sliding mode differentiation},
  author={Steven A. Szklany},
  year={2012}
}
A Feasibility Assessment of a New Navigation System for Unmanned Underwater Vehicles with Adaptive Gain Sliding Mode Differentiation Steven A. Szklany Supervising Professor: Dr. Agamemnon Crassidis In this work, a highly accurate navigation device is proposed for unmanned underwater vehicle navigation. A six degree of freedom, open loop underwater vehicle model is generated and is used as the motion platform in this study. The new navigation system, previously developed at the Rochester… CONTINUE READING

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