Formation control of multiple autonomous vehicles: theory and experimentation
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The formation control of multiple vehicles using a perceptive frame is studied in this paper. The method is applied to multiple mobile robots. The controller design and lab experiments are shown in the paper. Some useful strategies of coordination are implemented in a perceptive frame by reference projections. The feature of the coordination is illustrated by experiments of three mobile robots.
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