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15 April 2008 Rule-based navigation control design for autonomous flight
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This article depicts a navigation control system design that is based on a set of rules in order to follow a desired trajectory. The full control of the aircraft considered here comprises: a low level stability control loop, based on classic PID controller and the higher level navigation whose main job is to exercise lateral control (course) and altitude control, trying to follow a desired trajectory. The rules and PID gains were adjusted systematically according to the result of flight simulation. In spite of its simplicity, the rule-based navigation control proved to be robust, even with big perturbation, like crossing winds.
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Hugo Contreras and Danilo Bassi "Rule-based navigation control design for autonomous flight", Proc. SPIE 6960, Space Exploration Technologies, 69600D (15 April 2008); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.782288
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