报告题目：Data Ferrying and Network Control in Multi-vehicle Systems
We consider network switching strategy for data ferrying, where a network is established on the limited communication ranges of multiple vehicles. The communication ranges are used to divide the space into enclosed areas. These areas are used to define network connectivity. The vehicles are either independent or coordinated in the decision-making process. We will discuss algorithms we derive to drive the vehicles to a flexible formation.
Cheng-Chew Limis Professor in Electrical & Electronic Engineering at The University of Adelaide, Australia. He received his B.Sc. (Hons) and Ph.D. degrees from Loughborough University, Leicestershire, U.K.His research interests include control and systems theory, machine learning, and optimization techniques.Dr Limis serving as an editorial board member for the Journal of Industrial and Management Optimization, and has served as guest editor of a number of journals, includingDiscrete and Continuous Dynamical System-Series B.