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作者:Hugo H. G. Coppejans , Herman C. Myburgh
来源:[J].Sensors(IF 1.953), 2015, Vol.15 (12), pp.30033-30061
摘要:There is a large amount of research currently being done on autonomous micro-aerial vehicles (MAV), such as quadrotor helicopters or quadcopters. The ability to create a working autonomous MAV depends mainly on integrating a simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) solution w...
作者:Ionela Prodan , Sorin Olaru , Ricardo Bencatel ...
来源:[J].Control Engineering Practice(IF 1.669), 2013, Vol.21 (10), pp.1334-1349
摘要:Abstract(#br)This paper addresses the implementation of a predictive control strategy for Unmanned Air Vehicles in the presence of bounded disturbances. The goal is to prove the feasibility of such a real-time optimization-based control design and to demonstrate its tracking capa...
作者:Jonghoek Kim
来源:[J].IET Radar, Sonar & Navigation, 2019, Vol.13 (10), pp.1816-1825
摘要:In this study, the authors introduce a three-dimensional (3D) discrete-time motion camouflage (MC) control to make an autonomous aerial vehicle (AAV) chase a manoeuvring target while not rotating the bearing line between the AAV and the target. This study handles a scenario in wh...
作者:Nelson C. Baker , Douglas C. Mackenzie , Stephen A. Ingalls
来源:[J].Applied Intelligence(IF 1.853), 1992, Vol.2 (3), pp.271-297
摘要:Abstract(#br)This paper describes the design, development, and deployment of an unmanned autonomous aerial vehicle developed at the Georgia Institute of Technology during 1990–1991. The approach taken, the system architecture, and the embedded intelligence of the project as...
作者:Jeffrey O. Smith , Kliffton M. Black , Fahrad A. Kamangar ...
来源:[J].Applied Intelligence(IF 1.853), 1992, Vol.2 (3), pp.299-320
摘要:Abstract(#br)This paper reports on the status of The University of Texas at Arlington student effort to design, build and fly an Autonomous Aerial Vehicle. Both the 1991 entry into the First International Aerial Robotics Competition as well as refinements being made for 1992 ...
作者:R. Samar , W. A. Kamal
来源:[J].Cognitive Computation(IF 0.867), 2012, Vol.4 (4), pp.515-525
摘要:Abstract(#br)In this paper, a path planning approach is developed and demonstrated for an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV); the algorithm is applicable for autonomous robot path planning also. The main contribution of the paper is the development of an extension to the Bellma...
作者:Y. Bouzid , H. Siguerdidjane , Y. Bestaoui
来源:[J].IFAC PapersOnLine, 2016, Vol.49 (17), pp.176-181
摘要:... The main objective is in the one hand to maintain the vehicle stable throughout the whole generated trajectory that may be composed of different type line segments or arcs, with and without disturbances and in the other hand, to ensure an adequate behavior of the vehicle...
作者:Hugo Coppejans , Herman Myburgh
来源:[J].Sensors(IF 1.953), 2015, Vol.15 (12), pp.30033-30061
摘要:There is a large amount of research currently being done on autonomous micro-aerial vehicles (MAV), such as quadrotor helicopters or quadcopters. The ability to create a working autonomous MAV depends mainly on integrating a simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) solution w...
作者:Dean W. Smith III , Ricardo G. Sanfelice
来源:[J].Nonlinear Analysis: Hybrid Systems(IF 1.685), 2017, Vol.26, pp.115-136
摘要:Abstract(#br)We consider the problem of autonomously controlling a fixed-wing aerial vehicle to visit a neighborhood of a pre-defined waypoint, and when nearby it, loiter around it. To solve this problem, we propose a hybrid feedback control strategy that unites two state-feedbac...
作者:Coppejans Hugo H G , Myburgh Herman C
来源:[J].Sensors (Basel, Switzerland)(IF 1.953), 2015, Vol.15 (12), pp.30033-61
摘要:There is a large amount of research currently being done on autonomous micro-aerial vehicles (MAV), such as quadrotor helicopters or quadcopters. The ability to create a working autonomous MAV depends mainly on integrating a simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) solution w...

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