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Potential games and AUVs cooperation: First results from the THESAURUS project

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4 Author(s)
Andrea Caiti ; Centro E. Piaggio, University of Pisa, Italy ; Tommaso Fabbri ; Davide Fenucci ; Andrea Munafò

An approach to autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) multi-vehicle coordination and cooperation is presented based on the formalism of potential game theory. It is shown how very simple games can be used in order to stably steer an AUV formation in the position which best compromises between target destination of each vehicle and preservation of communication capabilities among the vehicles.

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OCEANS - Bergen, 2013 MTS/IEEE

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10-14 June 2013