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Probing Virtual Boundaries and the Perception of Delayed Stiffness
unt: Abstract: 235; Body: 5980; Submitted to RSJ advanced robotics special issue on "Robotic Platforms for Neuroscience" Probing Virtual Boundaries and the Perception of ...
Assaf Pressman, Ilana Nisky, Amir Karniel, Ferdina...
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TORSO: Development of a Telexistence Visual System Using a 6-d.o.f. Robot Head
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Kouichi Watanabe, Ichiro Kawabuchi, Naoki Kawakami...
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2008
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Dynamic Analysis of a Macro-Micro Redundantly Actuated Parallel Manipulator
In this paper the dynamic analysis of a macro
Hamid D. Taghirad, Meyer A. Nahon
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Miniaturized Vision System for Microfluidic Devices
Huseyin Uvet, Tatsuo Arai, Yasushi Mae, Tomohito T...
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Intentional Control for Planetary Rover SRR
Intentional behavior is a basic property of intelligence and it incorporates the cyclic operation of prediction, testing by action, sensing, perceiving, and assimilating the exper...
Robert Kozma, Terry Huntsberger, Hrand Aghazarian,...
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Efficient Behavior Learning Based on State Value Estimation of Self and Others
The existing reinforcement learning methods have been seriously suffering from the curse of dimension problem especially when they are applied to multiagent dynamic environments. ...
Yasutake Takahashi, Kentarou Noma, Minoru Asada
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Modular Architecture for Humanoid Walking Pattern Prototyping and Experiments
In this paper we describe the use of design patterns as a basis for creating a Humanoid Walking Pattern Generator Software having a modular architecture. This architecture made po...
Olivier Stasse, Björn Verrelst, Pierre-Brice ...
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Antagonism for a Highly Anthropomorphic Hand-Arm System
A novel approach to antagonism in robotic systems is introduced and investigated as the basis for an unequalled, highly anthropomorphic hand
Markus Grebenstein, P. Patrick van der Smagt
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Biomimetic Tactile Sensor Array
The performance of robotic and prosthetic hands in unstructured environments is severely limited by their having little or no tactile information compared to the rich tactile feed...
Nicholas Wettels, Veronica J. Santos, Roland S. Jo...
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