On the Structural Complexity of the Motion Description Language MDLe by

  title={On the Structural Complexity of the Motion Description Language MDLe by},
  author={DIMITRIS HRISTU-VARSAKELIS and Magnus Egerstedt and Perinkulam S. Krishnaprasad},
As modern control theory attempts to elucidate the complexity of systems that combine differential equations and event-driven logic, it must overcome challenges having to do with limited expressive power as well as practical difficulties associated with translating control algorithms into robust and reusable software. The Motion Description Language (MDL) and its “extended” counterpart MDLe, have been at the center of an ongoing effort to make progress on both of these fronts. The goal of this… CONTINUE READING
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