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    • Terrain Height Evidence Sharing for Collaborative Autonomous Rotorcraft Operation 

      Johnson, Eric N.; Mooney, John G.; White, Matthew; Hartman, Jonathan; Sahasrabudhe, Vineet (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-01)
      This paper describes recent results from a partnership between the Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation and the Georgia Institute of Technology to develop, improve, and flight test a sensor, guidance, navigation, control, and ...
    • Towards Optimal Human-Machine Teaming 

      Clarke, John-Paul B. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2019-07-29)
      Machines were initially designed to take over manual tasks. Over time, as sensors and algorithms became more capable, decision-making has been automated via prescribed rules. Further, when these rules can be verified a ...
    • Using Markov Models of Fault Growth Physics and Environmental Stresses to Optimize Control Actions 

      Bole, Brian; Goebel, Kai; Vachtsevanos, George (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06-19)
      A generalized Markov chain representation of fault dynamics is presented for the case that available modeling of fault growth physics and future environmental stresses can be represented by two independent stochastic process ...