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ICRA
2002
IEEE
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Collaborative Online Teleoperation with Spatial Dynamic Voting and a Human "Tele-Actor"
Kenneth Y. Goldberg, Dezhen Song, Yoek-Nam Khor, D...
ICRA
2002
IEEE
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Monopropellant Powered Actuators for use in Autonomous Human-Scaled Robotics
This paper presents a liquid-fuel powered pneumatic actuator appropriate for human-scale autonomous robotics. The motivation for this work is the development of a lightweight actu...
Michael A. Gogola, Eric J. Barth, Michael Goldfarb
ICRA
2002
IEEE
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Performance Tests of Partitioned Approaches to Visual Servo Control
Visual Servoing has been a viable method of robot manipulator control for more than a decade. Image-Based Visual Servoing (IBVS), in particular, has seen considerable development ...
Nicholas R. Gans, Peter I. Corke, Seth Hutchinson
ICRA
2002
IEEE
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Probabilistic Shape and Appearance Model for Scene Segmentation
Effective image segmentation of a digitized scene into a set of recognizable objects requires the development of sophisticated scene analysis algorithms. Progress in this area has...
Shaun S. Gleason, Mongi A. Abidi, Hamed Sari-Sarra...
ICRA
2002
IEEE
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Positioning Performance of L-Shaped Seal Mechanism with 3 Degrees of Freedom
––This paper deals with a small mobile device, "Seal Mechanism," with three degrees of freedom (DOFs). An L-shaped structure of Seal Mechanism is proposed. This devic...
Katsushi Furutani, Noriyuki Ohta
ICRA
2002
IEEE
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A 2-D PVDF Force Sensing System for Micro-Manipulation and Micro-Assembly
Carmen Kar Man Fung, Imad Elhajj, Wen J. Li, Ning ...
ICRA
2002
IEEE
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Exploiting Physical Dynamics for Concurrent Control of a Mobile Robot
Conventionally, mobile robots are controlled through an action selection mechanism (ASM) that chooses among multiple proposed actions. This choice can be made in a variety of ways...
Brian P. Gerkey, Maja J. Mataric, Gaurav S. Sukhat...
ICRA
2002
IEEE
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Modeling of Complex Automation Systems using Colored State Charts
Olga Fengler, Wolfgang Fengler, Vesselka Duridanov...
ICRA
2002
IEEE
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Incremental Multiagent Robotic Mapping of Outdoor Terrains
Kingsley Fregene, Raj Madhavan, Lynne E. Parker
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