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Experimentally-validated nonlinear flight control of a helicopter UAV has two necessary conditions: an estimate of the vehicle’s states from noisy multirate output measurements, and a nonlinear dynamics model with minimum complexity, physically controllable inputs and experimentally identified...
The navigation task for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), such as quadrotors, in an indoor environment becomes challenging as the global positioning system (GPS) and the magnetometer may provide inaccurate aiding measurements and the signals may get jammed. The navigation system design in this...
To achieve a fully autonomous unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) the vehicle needs a high level of self awareness. At a minimum it needs to know where it is and where it wants to go. Computer vision (CV) is a logical solution to this problem. However, using CV to solve motion control problems for UAVs...
Due to its unique features such as controllable power factor, controllable bi-directional power flow, and rapid dynamic response, Voltage Source Converters (VSCs) have been widely used in various industrial applications such as distributed generation systems, power distribution systems,...
The non-local stabilization of nonlinear systems by output feedback is a challenging problem that remains the subject of continuing investigation in control theory. In this thesis we develop two globally asymptotically stabilizing output feedback algorithms for multivariable nonlinear systems....
Over the past decade improvements in semiconductor technology have led to faster power electronic switches with higher ratings. These devices have been used to improve the performance of various power converter systems. In particular, the Voltage Source Converter (VSC) has been widely used in...
A wireless sensor network (WSN) consists of spatially distributed sensor nodes which are deployed to monitor some process of interest. Although WSNs are very promising, the distributed nature, attributes of wireless networks, and availability of limited resources in WSNs introduce significant...