FAULT-TOLERANT CONTROL OF A QUADROTOR DESPITE THE COMPLETE ROTOR FAILURE

Ali Jebelli, Alireza Najafiyanfar, Arezoo Mahabadi, and Mustapha C. E. Yagoub

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