Next generation space systems SWARMS (SSP19)
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Possible books to start with
Symeon Ch., 2015 Cooperative and cognitive satellite systems. Academic Press
Russitano, Martina, 2016. Development of a wireless communication system for swarm intelligent robots. International Space University
Sandau, R. 2015. Inventive ideas for micro/nano-satellites : the MIC3 report. Paris (France) : International Academy of Astronautics (IAA)
You, Zheng, 2018. Space microsystems and micro/nano satellites. Butterworth-Heinemann
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Web of Science (on-site access only)
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AIAA electronic library
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Aerospace science and technology
Expert systems with applications
IEEE transactions on systems, man and cybernetics
International journal of aerospace engineering
Journal of artificial intelligence research
Journal of the astronautical sciences
Mobile information systems
Robotics and autonomous systems
Nanosatellites and cubesat database
OLFAR project page
Publications about project OLFAR (University of Twente)
Distributed satellite systems
John Valasek, Editor | Reston, VA : American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics | Progress in astronautics and aeronautics | 2012