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2006
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Design of an electrically actuated lower extremity exoskeleton
Human exoskeletons add the strength and endurance of robotics to a human's innate intellect and adaptability to help people transport heavy loads over rough, unpredictable ter...
Adam Zoss, Hami Kazerooni
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2006
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Stability analysis and robust composite controller synthesis for flexible joint robots
In this paper the control of exible joint manipulators is studied in detail. The model of N{axis exible joint manipulators are derived and reformulated in the form of singular per...
H. D. Taghirad, M. A. Khosravi
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2006
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Learning for joint attention helped by functional development
Cognitive scientists and developmental psychologists have suggested that development in perceptual, motor and memory functions of human infants as well as adaptive evaluation by ca...
Yukie Nagai, Minoru Asada, Koh Hosoda
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2006
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Development of a high-performance haptic telemanipulation system with dissimilar kinematics
This work addresses selected practical issues regarding the development of a telerobotic system for 6 degrees of freedom (DoF) tasks. The system consists of a hyper redundant 10Do...
Bartlomiej Stanczyk, Angelika Peer, Martin Buss
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2006
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Lexicon acquisition based on object-oriented behavior learning
Studies on lexicon acquisition systems are gaining attention in the search for a natural human
Shinya Takamuku, Yasutake Takahashi, Minoru Asada
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2006
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Control and system identification for the Berkeley lower extremity exoskeleton (BLEEX)
The Berkeley lower extremity exoskeleton (BLEEX) is an autonomous robotic device whose function is to increase the strength and endurance of a human pilot. In order to achieve an e...
Justin Ghan, Ryan Steger, Hami Kazerooni
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2006
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Slip-compensated path following for planetary exploration rovers
A system that enables continuous slip compensation for a Mars rover has been designed, implemented, and field-tested. This system is composed of several components that allow the ...
Daniel M. Helmick, Stergios I. Roumeliotis, Yang C...
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2006
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Epipole-based visual servoing for mobile robots
This paper proposes a visual servoing algorithm for mobile robot navigation based on the epipolar geometry retrieved by object profiles. The main motivation for this approach is th...
Graziano Chesi, Gian Luca Mariottini, Domenico Pra...
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2006
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Design and validation of a complete haptic system for manipulative tasks
The present work deals with the design, implementation and assessment of a new haptic system specifically conceived for manipulative tasks in virtual environments. Such a system wa...
Massimo Bergamasco, Carlo Alberto Avizzano, Antoni...
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2006
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A haptic representation system for a virtual plain wall
Pornchai Weangsima, Kinya Fujita, Tsunenori Honda
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