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CDC
2010
IEEE
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Analysis of optimal control models for the human locomotion
In recent papers it has been suggested that human locomotion may be modeled as an inverse optimal control problem. In this paradigm, the trajectories are assumed to be solutions of...
Yacine Chitour, Francesca C. Chittaro, Fréd...
CDC
2010
IEEE
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On the optimal solutions of the infinite-horizon linear sensor scheduling problem
This paper studies the infinite-horizon sensor scheduling problem for linear Gaussian processes with linear measurement functions. Several important properties of the optimal infin...
Wei Zhang, Michael P. Vitus, Jianghai Hu, Alessand...
CDC
2010
IEEE
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A dynamic programming algorithm for decentralized Markov decision processes with a broadcast structure
We give an optimal dynamic programming algorithm to solve a class of finite-horizon decentralized Markov decision processes (MDPs). We consider problems with a broadcast informati...
Jeff Wu, Sanjay Lall
CDC
2010
IEEE
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Curvature-continuous trajectory generation with corridor constraint for autonomous ground vehicles
We present a practical path planning algorithm based on B
Ji-wung Choi, Renwick E. Curry, Gabriel Hugh Elkai...
CDC
2010
IEEE
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Patterned linear systems: Rings, chains, and trees
Abstract-- In a first paper we studied system theoretic properties of patterned systems and solved classical control synthesis problems with the added requirement to preserve the s...
Sarah C. Hamilton, Mireille E. Broucke
CDC
2010
IEEE
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Multi-resolution path planning: Theoretical analysis, efficient implementation, and extensions to dynamic environments
A multi-resolution path planning algorithm based on the wavelet transform of the environment has been reported previously in the literature. In this paper, we provide a proof of co...
Raghvendra V. Cowlagi, Panagiotis Tsiotras
CDC
2010
IEEE
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Hybrid moment computation algorithm for biochemical reaction networks
Moment computation is essential to the analysis of stochastic kinetic models of biochemical reaction networks. It is often the case that the moment evolution, usually the first and...
Yun-Bo Zhao, Jongrae Kim, João Pedro Hespan...
CDC
2010
IEEE
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The fundamentals of hybrid systems modelers
Albert Benveniste, Benoît Caillaud, Marc Pou...
CDC
2010
IEEE
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An application of IMPACT structure to bilateral teleoperations
Abstract-- Time-delays typically cause stability and performance problems in teleoperation systems. As a remedy for such problems in position-error based bilateral teleoperations, ...
Alper Denasi, Dragan Kostic, Henk Nijmeijer
CDC
2010
IEEE
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A resistance-based approach to consensus algorithm performance analysis
Abstract-We study the well known linear consensus algorithm by means of a LQ-type performance cost. We want to understand how the communication topology influences this algorithm. ...
Federica Garin, Enrico Lovisari, Sandro Zampieri
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