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Multi-objective optimization of sensor quality with efficient marine vehicle task execution

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This paper describes the in-field operation of two interacting autonomous marine vehicles to demonstrate the suitability of Interval Programming (IvP), a novel mathematical model for multiple-objective optimization. Broadly speaking, IvP coordinates competing control needs such as primary task execution that depends on a sufficient position estimate, and vehicle maneuvers that will improve that position estimate. In this work, vehicles cooperate to improve their position estimates using a seq...

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10.1109/ROBOT.2006.1642193

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Benjamin, M More by this author
Journal:
Proceedings - IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation
Volume:
2006
Pages:
3226-3232
Publication date:
2006
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ISSN:
1050-4729
URN:
uuid:16961c50-a2c9-4fdd-a092-a42181c4e229
Source identifiers:
324408
Local pid:
pubs:324408
Language:
English

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