Cooperative Control of Distributed Autonomous Vehicles in Adversarial Environments
Final rept. May 2001-Apr 2006
CALIFORNIA UNIV LOS ANGELES DEPT OF MECHANICAL AND AEROSPACE ENGINEERING
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The goal of this MURI project is to develop the tools required for the systematic design of cooperative control systems for distributed vehicles in adversarial environments. The project is a collaborative effort between the participating institutions of Caltech, Cornell, MIT, and UCLA. The following dimensions of cooperative control offer an effective breakdown of the cooperative control landsacpe 1 Distributed control and computation, 2 Adversarial interactions, 3 Uncertain evolution, and 4 Complexity management. The five year MURI effort has identified and addressed many subproblems in the cooperative control landscape and has produces both simulation and hardware testbeds.
- Pilotless Aircraft
- Operations Research
- Computer Programming and Software