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Zhu, L. (author)
In past decades, small spacecraft have raised worldwide interest for their low cost and short development time. In general, three reaction wheels are needed for three-axis attitude control of general satellites. However, for small spacecraft where both volume and power budgets are limited, employing three wheels is a challenge. Therefore,...
doctoral thesis 2021
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Coppola, M. (author)
The paradigm of swarm robotics aims to enable several independent robots to collaborate together toward collective goals. The distributed nature of a swarm, whereby each robot acts independently in accordance with its perceived environment, is expected to provide the system with a high degree of flexibility, robustness, and scalability. However,...
doctoral thesis 2021
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Zheng, Z. (author)
With the rising demands from customers and users and the development of ever advanced technologies, many space missions nowadays require more than one satellite to fulfill their mission objectives. Although replacing single satellite systems (SSSs) by multiple satellite systems (MSSs) offers advantages, such as enhanced spatial and temporal...
doctoral thesis 2019
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Shan, M. (author)
Space debris poses a big threat to operational satellites which form a crucial infrastructure for society. According to the main source of information on space debris, the U.S. Space SurveillanceNetwork (SSN), more than 17 500 objects larger than 10 cmhave been catalogued as of February 2017. Among the total number of objects in orbit, only 1875...
doctoral thesis 2018
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