Motion camouflage in three dimensions

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Reddy, P. V.; Justh, E. W.; Krishnaprasad, P. S.;
  • Subject: Mathematics - Optimization and Control | 93D30 (Secondary) | 93C10 (Primary)

We formulate and analyze a three-dimensional model of motion camouflage, a stealth strategy observed in nature. A high-gain feedback law for motion camouflage is formulated in which the pursuer and evader trajectories are described using natural Frenet frames (or relati... View more
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