Chapter 1 A PLATFORM FOR COOPERATIVE AND COORDINATED CONTROL OF MULTIPLE VEHICLES The Caltech Multi-Vehicle Wireless Testbed

@inproceedings{Chung2002Chapter1A,
  title={Chapter 1 A PLATFORM FOR COOPERATIVE AND COORDINATED CONTROL OF MULTIPLE VEHICLES The Caltech Multi-Vehicle Wireless Testbed},
  author={Timothy Chung and Lars B. Cremean and William B. Dunbar and Zhipu Jin and Eric Klavins and David Moore and Abhishek Tiwari and Dave van Gogh and Stephen Waydo},
  year={2002}
}
The Caltech Multi-Vehicle Wireless Testbed (MVWT) is an experimental platform for investigating the increasingly important intersecting frontiers of reliable distributed computation, communication and control. The testbed consists of eight autonomous vehicles equipped with onboard sensing, communication and computation. The vehicles are underactuated and exhibit nonlinear second-order dynamics, key properties that capture the essence of similar real-world applications at the forefront of… CONTINUE READING
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