Bearing-Only Measurement Self-Localization, Velocity Consensus and Formation Control
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Self-localization and formation control tasks are considered when each agent in a multiagent formation observes its neighbors but does not communicate. Each agent is restricted to a predefined motion type on a 2-D plane and collects bearing-only measurements over a time interval to localize neighboring agents. The localization process is used by a three agent formation to achieve velocity consensus combined with formation shape control. Simulations are provided and noisy bearing measurements are investigated.
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