22 March 1999 HUGIN: a small satellite trying to be intelligent
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Proceedings Volume 3728, Ninth Workshop on Virtual Intelligence/Dynamic Neural Networks; (1999) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.343073
Event: Ninth Workshop on Virtual Intelligence/Dynamic Neural Networks: Neural Networks Fuzzy Systems, Evolutionary Systems and Virtual Re, 1998, Stockholm, Sweden
Abstract
Micro and nano-satellites are important tools to explore and test new ideas and various new devices for space missions without spending extreme amounts of money. The actual launch cost per kilogram payload on a micro or nano-satellite can be as high or even higher than ordinary satellites but the turn around time and quick responses are extremely important. The HUGIN project is a nano-satellite (less than 10 kg) explicitly designed to test magnetic coils and adaptive artificial neural network (ANN) algorithms for attitude control purposes. A small PC video camera is also included and if the control function is successful then also tests of adaptive image processing using other ANN and biologically inspired methods will be performed.
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Vlatko Becanovic, Vlatko Becanovic, Ulrik Eklund, Ulrik Eklund, Sven Grahn, Sven Grahn, Thomas Lindblad, Thomas Lindblad, Rickard N. Lundin, Rickard N. Lundin, Clark S. Lindsey, Clark S. Lindsey, Olle Norberg, Olle Norberg, Joakim T. A. Waldemark, Joakim T. A. Waldemark, Karina E. Waldemark, Karina E. Waldemark, } "HUGIN: a small satellite trying to be intelligent", Proc. SPIE 3728, Ninth Workshop on Virtual Intelligence/Dynamic Neural Networks, (22 March 1999); doi: 10.1117/12.343073; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.343073
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