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Presents applications for a wide range of unmanned vehicles, including spacecraft, unmanned aerial vehicles, unattended ground sensor networks and automated highway systems
Discusses Markovian jump linear systems as a model for creating a network of vehicles in the presence of imperfect communication channels
Shows how to design unmanned vehicles that can operate autonomously in the face of uncertainty and unexpected events or errors
Fault Detection and Isolation: Multi-Vehicle Unmanned Systems deals with the design and development of fault detection and isolation algorithms for unmanned vehicles such as spacecraft, aerial drones and other related vehicles. Addressing fault detection and isolation is a key step towards designing autonomous, fault-tolerant cooperative control of networks of unmanned systems. This book proposes a solution based on a geometric approach, and presents new theoretical findings for fault detection and isolation in Markovian jump systems. The book also:
Discussesthe effects of large environmental disturbances, as well as communication channels, on unmanned systems
Proposes novel solutions to difficulties like robustness issues, as well as communication channel anomalies
Fault Detection and Isolation: Multi-Vehicle Unmanned Systems is an ideal book for researchers and engineers working in the fields of fault detection, as well as networks of unmanned vehicles.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Fault Detection - Fault Isolation - Fault Tolerance - Markovian Jump Systems - Multivehicle Unmanned Systems - Unmanned Systems - networked autonomous unmanned vehicles - unmanned control systems