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Nonholonomic mobile robot formation control with ...

2006-11-27  Formation control of multiple wheeled mobile robots with nonholonomic constraints and limited acceleration has been studied in this paper. A novel l - φ control strategy in Leader-Following structure is presented.

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Formation Control of Nonholonomic Mobile Robots with ...

2012-4-20  Formation Control of Nonholonomic Mobile Robots with Omnidirectional Visual Servoing and Motion Segmentation Ren´e Vidal Omid Shakernia Shankar Sastry Department of Electrical Engineering Computer Sciences University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley CA 94720-1772 frvidal,omids,[email protected]

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Leader–follower formation control of nonholonomic

2008-5-1  Nevertheless leader–follower architectures are particularly appreciated for their simplicity and scalability. The leader–follower formation control of nonholonomic mobile robots with bounded control inputs is the subject of this paper.

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Leader-follower formation control of nonholonomic

2020-2-1  Various approaches to formation control have been proposed in the literature, such as the behavior-based method , , , the leader-following strategy , , , , and the consensus-based approach , , . The formation control problems for nonholonomic mobile robots are also considered , . In this work, we focus on the leader-following approach for ...

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Leader–follower formation control of nonholonomic

Nevertheless leader–follower architectures are particularly appreciated for their simplicity and scalability. The leader–follower formation control of nonholonomic mobile robots with bounded control inputs is the subject of this paper.

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Leader-Following Formation Control of Nonholonomic

2020-4-28  In many existing formation control approaches for nonholonomic mobile robots, the leader velocity is required to be measured and transmitted to the follower for controller design. Though some existing approaches can remove such a requirement, they have their respective shortcomings. For example, some are discontinuous, while others only ensure local closed-loop stability. In this article,

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Leader–follower formation control of nonholonomic

2014-6-13  The paper deals with leader–follower formations of nonholonomic mobile robots, introducing a formation control strategy alternative to thoseexisting in the literature. Robots’ control inputs are forced to satisfy suitable constraints that restrict the set of leader possible paths and admissiblepositions of the follower with respect to the leader. A peculiar characteristic of the proposed strategy is that the

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Adaptive Leader–Follower Formation Control of ...

In this article, we study the formation tracking control problem for a group of nonholonomic mobile robots under communication constraints. We use a simple leader–follower formation tracking control strategy, in which only the leading robot of the robotic group ...

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Modeling and control of formations of nonholonomic

Abstract: This paper addresses the control of a team of nonholonomic mobile robots navigating in a terrain with obstacles while maintaining a desired formation and changing formations when required, using graph theory. We model the team as a triple, (g, r, H), consisting of a group element g that describes the gross position of the lead robot, a set of shape variables r that describe the ...

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Cooperative learning control of uncertain nonholonomic ...

In this paper, an adaptive sliding-mode formation control and collision avoidance are proposed for electrically driven nonholonomic mobile robots with model uncertainties and external disturbances.

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Formation Control of Nonholonomic Mobile Robots with ...

2012-4-20  Formation Control of Nonholonomic Mobile Robots with Omnidirectional Visual Servoing and Motion Segmentation Ren´e Vidal Omid Shakernia Shankar Sastry Department of Electrical Engineering Computer Sciences University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley CA 94720-1772 frvidal,omids,[email protected]

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Formation Control of Nonholonomic Mobile Robots with

Formation Control of Nonholonomic Mobile Robots with Omnidirectional Visual Servoing and Motion Segmentation Ren´e Vidal Omid Shakernia Shankar Sastry Department of Electrical Engineering Computer Sciences University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley CA 94720-1772 frvidal,omids,[email protected]

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Leader-Following Formation Control of Nonholonomic

2020-4-28  In many existing formation control approaches for nonholonomic mobile robots, the leader velocity is required to be measured and transmitted to the follower for controller design. Though some existing approaches can remove such a requirement, they have their respective shortcomings. For example, some are discontinuous, while others only ensure local closed-loop stability. In this article,

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Leader-Follower Formation Control of Nonholonomic

2015-9-15  Leader-Follower Formation Control of Nonholonomic Mobile Robots with Input Constraints LucaConsolinia,FabioMorbidib,DomenicoPrattichizzob,MarioTosquesc aDept. of Information Engineering, University of Parma, Via Usberti 181/a, 43100 Parma, Italy bDept. of Information Engineering, University of Siena, Via Roma 56, 53100 Siena, Italy cDept. of Civil Engineering, University of Parma, Via Usberti ...

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Formation Control of Nonholonomic Mobile Robots

2017-12-18  Abstract: Most existing formation control approaches are based on the assumption that the global/relative position and/or velocity measurements of mobile robots are directly available. To extend the application domain and to improve the formation control performance, it is extremely necessary to avoid the use of position and velocity measurements in the design of formation controllers.

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Modeling and control of formations of nonholonomic

Abstract: This paper addresses the control of a team of nonholonomic mobile robots navigating in a terrain with obstacles while maintaining a desired formation and changing formations when required, using graph theory. We model the team as a triple, (g, r, H), consisting of a group element g that describes the gross position of the lead robot, a set of shape variables r that describe the ...

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Adaptive Leader–Follower Formation Control of ...

In this article, we study the formation tracking control problem for a group of nonholonomic mobile robots under communication constraints. We use a simple leader–follower formation tracking control strategy, in which only the leading robot of the robotic group ...

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Cooperative learning control of uncertain nonholonomic ...

In this paper, an adaptive sliding-mode formation control and collision avoidance are proposed for electrically driven nonholonomic mobile robots with model uncertainties and external disturbances.

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Distributed Adaptive Resilient Formation Control of ...

2021-7-26  This paper investigates the formation control problem for a group of nonholonomic mobile robots (NMRs) with unknown parameters and deception attacks. The information transmitted among different robots is represented by a directed graph and only a subset of the robots can obtain the full information of the desired trajectory directly. For those robots which cannot access to the reference ...

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Nonlinear control of nonholonomic mobile robot

2020-10-13  Mobile Robot Formation Control, Nonholonomic System, Backstepping Control, Lyapunov Stability, Obstacle Avoidance I. I. NTRODUCTION. Over the past decade, the attention has shifted from the control of a single nonholonomic mobile robot [1-5] to the control of multiple mobile robots

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Formation Control of Nonholonomic Mobile Robots with

Formation Control of Nonholonomic Mobile Robots with Omnidirectional Visual Servoing and Motion Segmentation Ren´e Vidal Omid Shakernia Shankar Sastry Department of Electrical Engineering Computer Sciences University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley CA 94720-1772 frvidal,omids,[email protected]

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(PDF) Leader-Follower Formation Control of

Leader-Follower Formation Control of Nonholonomic Mobile Robots with Bearing-Only Measurements. ... The formation control problems for nonholonomic mobile robots. are also considered [16,17].

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Leader-Follower Formation Control of Nonholonomic

2015-9-15  Leader-Follower Formation Control of Nonholonomic Mobile Robots with Input Constraints LucaConsolinia,FabioMorbidib,DomenicoPrattichizzob,MarioTosquesc aDept. of Information Engineering, University of Parma, Via Usberti 181/a, 43100 Parma, Italy bDept. of Information Engineering, University of Siena, Via Roma 56, 53100 Siena, Italy cDept. of Civil Engineering, University of Parma, Via Usberti ...

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Distributed Consensus-Based Formation Control for

Distributed control laws are developed for achieving the formation control objectives: a group of nonholonomic mobile robots at least exponentially converge to a desired geometric pattern with its ...

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Adaptive Leader–Follower Formation Control of ...

In this article, we study the formation tracking control problem for a group of nonholonomic mobile robots under communication constraints. We use a simple leader–follower formation tracking control strategy, in which only the leading robot of the robotic group ...

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Cooperative learning control of uncertain nonholonomic ...

In this paper, an adaptive sliding-mode formation control and collision avoidance are proposed for electrically driven nonholonomic mobile robots with model uncertainties and external disturbances.

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Leader-Follower Formation Control of Nonholonomic

This paper presents the modeling, initialization, and control of nonholonomic mobile robots navigating with a leader-follower formation scheme, that must attain a planned formation.

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[PDF] Leaderless Consensus-based Formation Control of ...

The control objective in the leaderless consensus-based formation control is to ensure that the Cartesian positions of the nonholonomic mobile robots converge to a given position in a formation pattern and the barycentre of such formation is agreed, in a decentralized manner, by all the robots, while their orientations converge to a common value.

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(PDF) Formation Control of Multiple Groups of

The result is a general structure for controlling a mobile robot that can accommodate different control techniques, rang-ing from a conventional computed-torque controller, when all dynamics are ...

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Formation Control of Multiple Nonholonomic Wheeled

2021-7-20  Formation Control of Multiple Nonholonomic Wheeled Mobile Robots Xhaoxia Peng To cite this version: Xhaoxia Peng. Formation Control of Multiple Nonholonomic Wheeled Mobile Robots. Other. Ecole Centrale de Lille, 2013. English. ￿NNT: 2013ECLI0006￿. ￿tel-00864197￿

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