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Motion Coordination and Adaptation Using Deception and Human Interactions

This research aims at delivering fundamental new tools and techniques for how to structure the coordination and control strategies in teams of mobile robots. In particular, two general thrust areas are identified, focusing on human-swarm interactions and deception-based motion control strategies. Although interesting in their own rights, the unifying theme behind these two different thrusts is the notion of intent where the first thrust, which can be though of as evolving at a higher level of abstraction, focuses on how user intent can be injected into a network of mobile agents in a fundamentally sound manner. The second thrust, in turn, focuses on how the intent can be hidden in order to produce effective, deception-based coordination and pursuit strategies.


This project is supported by AFOSR.

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