Distributed Dynamic Fusion: Theory and Applications

Safavi, Sam.

2017

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  • Abstract: In this thesis, we study the asymptotic behavior of Linear Time-Varying (LTV) systems that describe fusion in dynamic multi-agent networks. We consider networks that consist of at least one anchor (node with known state) and an arbitrary number of mobile agents that perform a distributed algorithm to achieve a common goal. Due to mobility, the state-update at each agent depends on the av... read more
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