EQUILIBRIUM SHAPING : DISTRIBUTED MOTION PLANNING FOR SATELLITE SWARM

@inproceedings{Izzo2005EQUILIBRIUMS,
  title={EQUILIBRIUM SHAPING : DISTRIBUTED MOTION PLANNING FOR SATELLITE SWARM},
  author={D. Izzo and Lorenzo Pettazzi},
  year={2005}
}
A satellite path planning algorithm inspired by collective robotics is presented. The algorithm exploits a behaviourbased approach to achieve a highly distributed control over the relative geometry of a satellite swarm. The desired velocity is defined for each satellite as a sum of different contributions coming from high level behaviours. Several control feedbacks able to track the desired velocities are then introduced and discussed. The resulting architecture is able to solve autonomously… CONTINUE READING
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