Coordination Variables and Consensus Building in Multiple Vehicle Systems

  title={Coordination Variables and Consensus Building in Multiple Vehicle Systems},
  author={Ren and William A. Beard and Linan Zhang and Grocholsky},
Much of the research focus in the cooperative control community has been on formation control problems [1, 3, 7, 10, 19]. This focus may be due to the fact that the group control problem can be reduced to well-established single-agent control problems by employing a leader-follower type control strategy. For example, single-agent path planning and trajectory generation techniques can be employed for the leader, and conventional trajectory tracking strategies can be employed for the followers… CONTINUE READING
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