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AROBOTS
2002
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Feedforward and Feedback Dynamic Trot Gait Control for Quadruped Walking Vehicle
Abstract. To realize dynamically stable walking for a quadruped walking robot, the combination of the trajectory planning of the body and leg position (feedforward control) and the...
Ryo Kurazume, Kan Yoneda, Shigeo Hirose
AROBOTS
2002
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Dynamically-Stable Motion Planning for Humanoid Robots
We present an approach to path planning for humanoid robots that computes dynamically-stable, collision-free trajectories from full-body posture goals. Given a geometric model of t...
James J. Kuffner Jr., Satoshi Kagami, Koichi Nishi...
AROBOTS
2002
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Tracking Targets Using Multiple Robots: The Effect of Environment Occlusion
This paper addresses the problem of tracking multiple targets using a network of communicating robots and stationary sensors. We introduce a Region-based Approach which controls r...
Boyoon Jung, Gaurav S. Sukhatme
AROBOTS
2002
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An Incremental Self-Deployment Algorithm for Mobile Sensor Networks
This paper describes an incremental deployment algorithm for mobile sensor networks. A mobile sensor network is a distributed collection of nodes, each of which has sensing, compu...
Andrew Howard, Maja J. Mataric, Gaurav S. Sukhatme
AROBOTS
2002
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Dynamic Motion Planning for Mobile Robots Using Potential Field Method
The potential field method is widely used for autonomous mobile robot path planning due to its elegant mathematical analysis and simplicity. However, most researches have been focu...
Shuzhi Sam Ge, Youjing Cui
AROBOTS
2002
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Fast, On-Line Learning of Globally Consistent Maps
To navigate in unknown environments, mobile robots require the ability to build their own maps. A major problem for robot map building is that odometry-based dead reckoning cannot ...
Tom Duckett, Stephen Marsland, Jonathan Shapiro
AROBOTS
2002
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Multi-Modal Interaction of Human and Home Robot in the Context of Room Map Generation
In robotics, the idea of human and robot interaction is receiving a lot of attention lately. In this paper, we describe a multi-modal system for generating a map of the environment...
Saeed Shiry Ghidary, Yasushi Nakata, Hiroshi Saito...
AROBOTS
2002
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Recognition of Affective Communicative Intent in Robot-Directed Speech
Human speech provides a natural and intuitive interface for both communicating with humanoid robots as well as for teaching them. In general, the acoustic pattern of speech contain...
Cynthia Breazeal, Lijin Aryananda
AROBOTS
2002
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Automated Derivation of Primitives for Movement Classification
Abstract. We describe a new method for representing human movement compactly, in terms of a linear superimposition of simpler movements termed primitives. This method is a part of ...
Ajo Fod, Maja J. Mataric, Odest Chadwicke Jenkins
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