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Robust Connectivity of Networked Vehicles
Abstract We present a simple geometric analysis of …
We present a simple geometric analysis of wireless connectivity in vehicle networks. We introduce a localized notion of connectedness, and construct a function that measures the robustness of this local connectedness to variations in position. Under a mild feasibility hypothesis, this function provides a sufficient condition for global connectedness of the network. Further, it is distributed, in the sense that both the function and its gradients can be calculated using only neighbor-to-neighbor communications. It can thus form the basis for distributed motion-control algorithms which respect connectivity constraints. We conclude with two simple examples of target applications.
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Authors Demetri P. Spanos and Richard M. Murray  +
ID 2004i  +
Source Submitted, 2004 Conference on Decision and Control (CDC)  +
Tag sm04-cdc  +
Title Robust Connectivity of Networked Vehicles +
Type Conference Paper  +
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