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IROS
2007
IEEE
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Quadrupedal running at high speed over uneven terrain
— High-speed legged locomotion is complicated by the challenge of uneven terrain because the system must respond to the fast-changing terrain elevation under each foot, and quick...
Luther R. Palmer, David E. Orin
IROS
2008
IEEE
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Near-optimal navigation of high speed mobile robots on uneven terrain
—This paper proposes a method for near-optimal navigation of high speed mobile robots on uneven terrain. The method relies on a layered control strategy. A high-level planning la...
Karl Iagnemma, Shingo Shimoda, Zvi Shiller
ICRA
2009
IEEE
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Dynamically running quadrupeds self-stable region expansion by mechanical design
— Dynamic stability allows running animals to maintain preferred speed during locomotion over rough terrain. It appears that rapid disturbance rejection is an emergent property o...
Panagiotis Chatzakos, Evangelos Papadopoulos
IEEEHPCS
2010
8 years 3 months ago
CuHMMer: A load-balanced CPU-GPU cooperative bioinformatics application
Abstract—GPUs have recently been used to accelerate dataparallel applications for they provide easier programmability and increased generality while maintaining the tremendous me...
Ping Yao, Hong An, Mu Xu, Gu Liu, Xiaoqiang Li, Ya...
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