Optimal Control Of An Object When It Is Aimed At A Mobile Target Under Uncertainty
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target as well as recovering nodes and cluster headsfrom failures. George K. al.  identified Sensor Atia et Scheduling for Energy-Efficient Target Tracking in Sensor Networks to correspond to the problem of tracking an object moving randomly through a dense network of wireless sensors devised approximate strategies for and
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that a LQG controller can provide the optimal control of a robot along a known/pre-calculated path, when the uncertainty in the motion as well as the noise in observations are Gaus-sian. Extending this concept, Van Den Berg et al. ,  and Tornero et al.  proposed LQG based robotic path
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framework, aimed directly at optimizing the quality of the output information, for use in mobile robot navigational algorithms, is given. The design concepts for producing correct range estimates in the presence of a large dynamic range ( 120 dB) of surface albedo is addressed. The performance limits, which can be
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ground control center (GCC), but it is also used to collect visual information in the form of static and dynamic images to enhance data collection and event detection at the ground level. One relevant example is dispatching the UAV to validate a perimeter breach along the pipeline by target tracking and identification.
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