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Turner, Calum (author)
Satellite swarms are an emerging mission architecture which offer a flexible, robust alternative to traditional space missions. Drawing inspiration from naturally occurring swarms such as honey bees or ant colonies, satellite swarms consist of individual satellite agents working cooperatively towards a common goal. Distributed multi-agent space...
master thesis 2021
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ZHANG, Bichi (author)
In recent decades, the field of autonomous driving has witnessed rapid development, benefiting from the development of artificial intelligence-related technologies such as machine learning. Autonomous perception in driving is a key challenge, in which multi-sensor fusion is a common feature. Due to the high resolution and rich information, the...
master thesis 2021
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Abel, Felix (author)
In this thesis, we propose a new class of pairwise frequency, multi-domain time synchronization and ranging algorithms for anchorless mobile networks of asynchronous nodes. We apply these techniques and study network and mission level aspects of time synchronization to Orbiting Low Frequency Array for Radio astronomy (OLFAR), a proposed...
master thesis 2021
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Salzmann, Elke (author)
Autonomous robots are increasingly used in more and more applications, such as warehouse robots, search-and-rescue robots and autonomous vacuum cleaners. These applications are often in environments where the GPS signals are denied or inaccurate, which makes it difficult to localize the robot in an unknown environment. To overcome this problem...
master thesis 2021
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van der Marel, Martijn (author)
Formation control problems consider a set of mobile agents with the underlying goal of attaining and maintaining a state where the relative positions of agents are stable in accordance with the desired configuration.<br/>Navigation for formation control is typically achieved through localization in a global reference frame, e.g., via GNSS....
master thesis 2021
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Zeng, Yikai (author)
Truck platooning refers to coordinating a group of heavy-duty vehicles at a close inter-vehicle distance to reduce overall fuel consumption. This coordination between trucks is traditionally achieved by adjusting the schedule, velocity, and routines to increase the platooning chances, and thus improve the overall fuel efficiency. However, the...
master thesis 2020
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