Baris Fidan mainly focuses on Control theory, Algorithm, Wireless sensor network, Graph theory and Mathematical optimization. Baris Fidan combines subjects such as Control engineering, Robot, Robot kinematics and Decentralised system with his study of Control theory. His Algorithm research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Intelligent sensor, Position, Reference frame and Stability theory.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Wireless, Key distribution in wireless sensor networks and Sensor array. When carried out as part of a general Key distribution in wireless sensor networks research project, his work on Visual sensor network and Mobile wireless sensor network is frequently linked to work in Underpinning, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Graph theory research integrates issues from Discrete mathematics, Graph, Orientation, Multi-agent system and Rigidity.
Baris Fidan focuses on Control theory, Control engineering, Adaptive control, Robustness and Artificial intelligence. The Control theory study which covers Motion control that intersects with Decentralised system, Position, Obstacle avoidance and Swarm behaviour. Baris Fidan has included themes like Stability, Control, Bounded function, Actuator and Vehicle dynamics in his Control engineering study.
His Adaptive control study incorporates themes from Sliding mode control and Lyapunov function. Baris Fidan interconnects Graph theory and Autonomous agent in the investigation of issues within Multi-agent system. In his study, Sensor array is strongly linked to Wireless sensor network, which falls under the umbrella field of Graph theory.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Control theory, Adaptive control, Robustness, Convergence and Control engineering. His studies deal with areas such as Vibration and Least squares as well as Control theory. His research in Adaptive control intersects with topics in Path, Position and Motion control.
His research integrates issues of Function, Robot and Beacon in his study of Convergence. His Control engineering research includes elements of Control and Servo. In his research on the topic of Point, Workspace is strongly related with Real-time computing.
His main research concerns Control theory, Robustness, Actuator, Vibration and Adaptive control. His specific area of interest is Control theory, where Baris Fidan studies Control theory. The Robustness study combines topics in areas such as Laplacian matrix, Attitude control, Vehicle dynamics, Powertrain and Topology.
His Actuator research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Hypersonic flight vehicle, Disturbance observer, Disturbance, Parallel manipulator and Control engineering. His study in Vibration is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Galerkin method and Nonlinear system. His study looks at the intersection of Adaptive control and topics like Motion control with Convergence, Position, Beacon, Function and Stability.
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Wireless sensor network localization techniques
Guoqiang Mao;Barış Fidan;Brian D. O. Anderson.
Computer Networks (2007)
Adaptive control tutorial
Petros A. Ioannou;Baris Fidan.
Rigid graph control architectures for autonomous formations
B. Anderson;Changbin Yu;B. Fidan;J. Hendrickx.
IEEE Control Systems Magazine (2008)
Optimality analysis of sensor-target localization geometries
Adrian N. Bishop;Barış Fidan;Brian D. O. Anderson;Kutluyıl Doğançay.
Path loss exponent estimation for wireless sensor network localization
Guoqiang Mao;Brian D. O. Anderson;Barış Fidan.
Computer Networks (2007)
Flight Dynamics and Control of Air-Breathing Hypersonic Vehicles: Review and New Directions
Baris Fidan;Maj Mirmirani;Petros Ioannou.
12th AIAA International Space Planes and Hypersonic Systems and Technologies (2003)
Localization Algorithms and Strategies for Wireless Sensor Networks
Guoqiang Mao;Baris Fidan.
Three and higher dimensional autonomous formations: Rigidity, persistence and structural persistence
Changbin Yu;Julien M. Hendrickx;Barış Fidan;Brian D. O. Anderson.
Control of Minimally Persistent Formations in the Plane
Changbin Yu;Brian D. O. Anderson;Soura Dasgupta;Bariş Fidan.
Siam Journal on Control and Optimization (2009)
UAV Formation Control: Theory and Application
Brian D. O. Anderson;Baris Fidan;Changbin Yu;Dirk Van Der Walle.
Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences (2008)
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