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Welcome to the RAIN wiki!
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Welcome to the Robotics, Aerospace, and Information Networks (RAIN) Lab wiki!
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Another facet of our research deals with the operation of autonomous vehicular systems in complex environments, such as guidance laws for spacecraft attitude control in presence of nonconvex constraints, or formation flying of nonlinear agent models such as those described by unicycles.
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Another facet of our research deals with the operation of autonomous vehicular systems in complex environments, such as guidance laws for spacecraft attitude control in presence of nonconvex constraints, and formation flying of nonlinear agent models such as those described by unicycles.

Large-scale optimization for operation of dynamic systems provides yet another facet of our research, with particular applications to energy management and green technologies
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Another facet of our research deals with the operation of autonomous vehicular systems in complex environments, such as nonconvex guidance laws for spacecraft attitude control, or formation flying of nonlinear agent models such as those described by unicycles.
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Another facet of our research deals with the operation of autonomous vehicular systems in complex environments, such as guidance laws for spacecraft attitude control in presence of nonconvex constraints, or formation flying of nonlinear agent models such as those described by unicycles.
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Another facet of our work deals with the operation of autonomous vehicular systems in complex environments, such as nonconvex guidance laws for spacecraft attitude control, or formation flying of nonlinear agent models such as those described by unicycles.
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Another facet of our research deals with the operation of autonomous vehicular systems in complex environments, such as nonconvex guidance laws for spacecraft attitude control, or formation flying of nonlinear agent models such as those described by unicycles.
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As networks become more ubiquitous in many areas of engineering, it has become of paramount importance to examine how the network and its structure effect the dynamic properties of the overall system, such as its stability, performance, and robustness, both in the random and deterministic settings. We also consider some of the more fundamental system-theoretic questions such as controllability and observability of networked systems. Our research team examines a wide range questions from theoretical point of view as well as their ramifications for systems such as multiple spacecraft formation flying, networked robotics, UAV formations, heterogenous dynamic networks, and more recently in the setting of social and molecular networks.
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As networks become more ubiquitous in many areas of engineering, it has become of paramount importance to examine how the network and its structure effect the dynamic properties of the overall system, such as its stability, performance, and robustness, both in the random and deterministic settings. We also consider some of the more fundamental system-theoretic questions such as controllability and observability of networked systems. Our research team examines a wide range questions from theoretical point of view as well as their ramifications for systems such as multiple spacecraft formation flying, networked robotics, UAV formations, heterogenous dynamic networks, and more recently, in the setting of social and molecular networks.
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As networks become more and more ubiquitous in many areas of engineering, it has become of paramount importance to examine how the network and its structure effect the dynamic properties of the overall system, such as its stability, performance, and robustness, both in the random and deterministic settings. We also consider some of the more fundamental system-theoretic questions such as controllability and observability of networked systems. Our research team examines a wide range questions from theoretical point of view as well as their ramifications for systems such as multiple spacecraft formation flying, networked robotics, UAV formations, heterogenous dynamic networks, and more recently in the setting of social and molecular networks.
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As networks become more ubiquitous in many areas of engineering, it has become of paramount importance to examine how the network and its structure effect the dynamic properties of the overall system, such as its stability, performance, and robustness, both in the random and deterministic settings. We also consider some of the more fundamental system-theoretic questions such as controllability and observability of networked systems. Our research team examines a wide range questions from theoretical point of view as well as their ramifications for systems such as multiple spacecraft formation flying, networked robotics, UAV formations, heterogenous dynamic networks, and more recently in the setting of social and molecular networks.
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Our group research focuses on the analysis and synthesis of networked distributed autonomous systems operating in complex environments. We examine fundamental and theoretical questions at the intersection of control theory, optimization, networks, as well as guidance, navigation, and control issues for space, air, and ground robotic systems.
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Our group's research focuses on the analysis and synthesis of networked distributed autonomous systems operating in complex environments. We examine fundamental and theoretical questions at the intersection of control theory, optimization, networks, as well as guidance, navigation, and control issues for space, air, and ground robotic systems.
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As networks become more and more ubiquitous in many areas of engineering, it has become of paramount importance to examine how the network and its structure effect the dynamic properties of the overall system, such as its stability, performance, and robustness, both in the random and worst- case settings.

We also consider some of the more fundamental
system-theoretic questions such as controllability and observability of networked systems. Our research team examines a wide range questions from theoretical point of view as well as their ramifications for systems such as multiple spacecraft formation flying, networked robotics, UAV formations, heterogenous dynamic networks, and more recently in the setting of social and molecular networks.
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As networks become more and more ubiquitous in many areas of engineering, it has become of paramount importance to examine how the network and its structure effect the dynamic properties of the overall system, such as its stability, performance, and robustness, both in the random and deterministic settings. We also consider some of the more fundamental system-theoretic questions such as controllability and observability of networked systems. Our research team examines a wide range questions from theoretical point of view as well as their ramifications for systems such as multiple spacecraft formation flying, networked robotics, UAV formations, heterogenous dynamic networks, and more recently in the setting of social and molecular networks.

Another facet of our work deals with the operation of autonomous vehicular systems in complex environments, such as nonconvex guidance laws for spacecraft attitude control, or formation flying of nonlinear agent models such as those described by unicycles.
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As networks become more and more ubiquitous in many areas of engineering, it has become of paramount importance to examine how the network and its structure effect the dynamic properties of the overall system, such as its stability, performance, and robustness, both in the random and worst- case settings.

We also consider some of the more fundamental system-theoretic questions such as controllability and observability of networked systems. Our research team examines a wide range questions from theoretical point of view as well as their ramifications for systems such as multiple spacecraft formation flying, networked robotics, UAV formations, heterogenous dynamic networks, and more recently in the setting of social and molecular networks.
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Our group research focuses on the analysis and synthesis of networked distributed autonomous systems operating in complex environments. We examine fundamental and theoretical question at the intersection of control theory, optimization, networks, as well as guidance, navigation, and control algorithms for space, air, and ground robotic systems.
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Our group research focuses on the analysis and synthesis of networked distributed autonomous systems operating in complex environments. We examine fundamental and theoretical questions at the intersection of control theory, optimization, networks, as well as guidance, navigation, and control issues for space, air, and ground robotic systems.
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Welcome to DSSL wiki!

A local copy of PmWiki's
documentation has been installed along with the software,
and is available via the [[PmWiki/documentation index]]
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To continue setting up PmWiki, see [[PmWiki/initial setup tasks]].

The [[PmWiki/basic editing]] page describes how to create pages
in PmWiki. You can practice editing in the [[wiki sandbox]]
.

More information about PmWiki is available from http://www.pmwiki.org .
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Welcome to DSSL wiki.

Our group research focuses on the analysis and synthesis of networked distributed autonomous systems operating in complex environments
. We examine fundamental and theoretical question at the intersection of control theory, optimization, networks, as well as guidance, navigation, and control algorithms for space, air, and ground robotic systems.
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Distributed Space Systems Lab research on the multitude of research issues pertaining to distributed and networked autonomous systems that
operate in complex environments. Our group also delves in foundational and theoretical questions related to control theory, optimization,
networks, as well as, guidance, navigation, and control of air, space, and ground vehicles
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Welcome to DSSL wiki!

A local copy of PmWiki's
documentation has been installed along with the software,

and is available via the [[PmWiki/documentation index]].

To continue setting up PmWiki, see [[PmWiki/initial setup tasks]].

The [[PmWiki/basic editing]] page describes how to create pages
in PmWiki. You can practice editing in the [[wiki sandbox]].

More information about PmWiki is available from http://www.pmwiki.org
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Distributed Space Systems Lab research on the multitude of research issues pertaining to distributed and networked autonomous systems that operate in complex environment.
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Distributed Space Systems Lab research on the multitude of research issues pertaining to distributed and networked autonomous systems that
operate in complex environments. Our group also delves in foundational and theoretical questions related to control theory, optimization,
networks, as well as, guidance, navigation, and control of air, space, and ground vehicles.
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Distributed Space Systems Lab research on the multitude of research issues pertaining to distributed and networked autonomous systems that operate in complex environment.
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A local copy of PmWiki's
documentation has been installed along with the software,
and is available via the [[PmWiki/documentation index]].

To continue setting up PmWiki, see [[PmWiki/initial setup tasks]].

The [[PmWiki/basic editing]] page describes how to create pages
in PmWiki. You can practice editing in the [[wiki sandbox]].

More information about PmWiki is available from http://www.pmwiki.org .
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