Almost-global tracking for a rigid body with internal rotors

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Nayak, Aradhana; Banavar, Ravi N.;
  • Subject: Computer Science - Systems and Control

Almost-global orientation trajectory tracking for a rigid body with external actuation has been well studied in the literature, and in the geometric setting as well. The tracking control law relies on the fact that a rigid body is a simple mechanical system (SMS) on the... View more
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