Leader/follower tracking control design for task-based missions
AbstractThe paper develops a control theoretic leader-to-follower framework for performing task-based missions. It enables tracking trajectories and other task-based motions. Its modular architecture enables switching between controllers for a leader and followers as well as changing followers based on a specified mission. The framework is based on the model reference tracking control strategy for programmed motion. Initially, the strategy is developed for a single mobile robot. Its modular structure enables its extension to collaborating robots.
|Journal series||International Journal of Vehicle Autonomous Systems|
|Citation count*||2 (2015-02-03)|
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