Network Information-Computing Support of Automatic Mobile Objects Interaction
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The ways and the means are suggested of performing synchronized distributed computing for quick interaction support in a group of automatic mobile objects. The computations are controlled decentralized and are performed on the transmitted messages content during the transmission process without delay for performing the computation. The transmitters synchronize the messages transmission so that the same bit positions of messages group are processed simultaneously. It is shown that the solutions suggested accelerate the reaction of a system operating in a hard real-time conditions on changes in the system state and in the external environment.
Keywordslocal computer network quick synchronization distributed computing mobile multi-robot systems analog-to-digital computing
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