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Fractional calculus applications in automatic control and robotics
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  41st IEEE Conference on , 2002 ,mechatronics.ece.usu.edu
 APPLICATIONS IN AUTOMATIC CONTROL AND ROBOTICS 41st IEEE CDC2002 TUTORIAL WORKSHOP Las Vegas, December 9 2002 Organizers:  Give an overview of the fundamentals of Fractional Calculus and its applications in Automatic Control and Robotics. Page 4. 

Robotics and the Common Sense Informatic Situation’
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Abstract Any model of the world a robot constructs on the basis of its sensor data is necessarily both incomplete, due to the robot’s limited window on the world, and uncertain, due to sensor and motor noise. This paper proposes a logic-based framework in which 

Dynamic movement primitives-a framework for motor control in humans and humanoidrobotics
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 2nd International Symposium on Adaptive Motion , 2003  robotics.mech.kit.ac.jp
Given the continuous stream of movements that biological systems exhibit in their daily activities, an account for such versatility and creativity has to assume that movement sequences consist of segments, executed either in sequence or with partial or complete 

Robotics in scansorial environments
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K Autumn, M Buehler, M Cutkosky, R Fearing ,Proc. SPIE, 2005 ,carl.eng.utah.edu
Abstract We review a large multidisciplinary effort to develop a family of autonomous robots capable of rapid, agile maneuvers in and around natural and artificial vertical terrains such as walls, cliffs, caves, trees and rubble. Our robot designs are inspired by (but not direct 

Evolutionary robotics: A survey of applications and problems
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JA Meyer, P Husbands ,Evolutionary Robotics, 1998 ,Springer
This paper reviews evolutionary approaches to the automatic design of real robots exhibiting a given behavior in a given environment. Such a methodology has been successfully applied to various wheeled and legged robots, and to numerous behaviors including wall- 

Orca: Components for robotics
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A Makarenko, A Brooks , Conference on Intelligent , 2006 ,gias720.dis.ulpgc.es
Abstract—This paper describes Orca: an open-source software project which applies Component-Based Software Engineering principles to robotics. The paper focuses on the

Evolutionary techniques in physical robotics
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J Pollack, H Lipson, S Ficici, P Funes , Systems: from biology , 2000 ,Springer
Evolutionary and coevolutionary techniques have become a popular area of research for those interested in automated design. One of the cutting edge issues in this field is the ability to apply these techniques to real physical systems with all the complexities and 

Behavior based robotics using hybrid automata
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M Egerstedt ,Hybrid Systems: Computation and Control, 2000 ,Springer
In this article, we show how a behavior based control system for autonomous robots can be modeled as a hybrid automaton, where each node corresponds to a distinct robot behavior. This type of construction gives rise to chattering executions, but we show how regularized 

Teachers as designers: Integrating robotics in early childhood education
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MU Bers, I Ponte, K Juelich ,Information , 2002 ,greenframingham.com
This article presents a constructionist approach to introducing technology, in particular robotics, in the early childhood classroom. The authors demonstrate how this approach is well suited, since the four basic tenets of constructionism have a long-standing tradition in 

Interleaving temporal planning and execution in robotics domains
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S Lemai ,Proceedings of the National Conference on Artificial , 2004 ,aaai.org
Abstract Many autonomous systems such as mobile robots, UAVs or spacecraft, have limited resource capacities and move in dynamic environments. Performing on-board mission planning and execution in such a context requires deliberative capabilities to generate 

PKM Research-important issues, as seen from a product development perspective at ABBrobotics
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T Brogardh , Issues and Future Research Directions for , 2002 ,wwwrobot.gmc.ulaval.ca
In spite of the high performance potential for manipulator structures based on parallel kinematics, this technology has not yet made any big impact on industrial automation. However, there is an interesting trend towards the use of general purpose industrial robots 

Trip report: Japanese progress in robotics for construction
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JS Albus  ROBOTICS., 1986 ,isd.mel.nist.gov
This trip was pan of a study mission sponsored by the Tech-nology Transfer institute. urd co- sponsored by the Construction Robotics Laboratory at Camegie Mellon University. The study mission visited six of the largest construction firms in Japan. a University, md a 

A virtual laboratory for teaching robotics
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FA CANDELAS, ST PUENTE, F TORRES, FG ORTIZ ,complexity, 2003 ,ijee.ie
Technical teaching often requires the use of expensive laboratory materials which are frequently beyond the reach of many students. Students are also required to go to laboratories, which offer the appropriate facilities, according to a strict timetable. For these 

Anthropomorphic robotics
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M Benati, S Gaglio, P Morasso, V Tagliasco ,Biological , 1980 ,Springer
A study of the fundamental principles upon which manipulation dexterity is based cannot help mixing robotic and neurophysiological concepts. A preliminary step in this study consists of trying to understand the complexity of manipulation dynamics. Though 

Embodied evolution: A response to challenges in evolutionary robotics
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, of the Eighth European Workshop on , 1999 ,cs.plu.edu
Abstract. We introduce Embodied Evolution EE, a new methodology for conducting evolutionary robotics ER. Embodied evolution uses a population of physical robots that evolve by reproducing with one another in the task environment. EE addresses several 

The construction of ‘reality’in the robot: Constructivist perspectives on situated artificial intelligence and adaptive robotics
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T Ziemke ,Foundations of Science, 2001 ,Springer
This paper discusses different approaches incognitive science and artificial intelligenceresearch from the perspective of radicalconstructivism, addressing especially theirrelation to the biologically based theories ofvon Uexküll, Piaget as well as Maturana 

Policy search for motor primitives in robotics
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  Advances in neural information processing systems, 2009 ,kyb.mpg.de
Abstract Many motor skills in humanoid robotics can be learned using parametrized motor primitives. While successful applications to date have been achieved with imitation learning, most of the interesting motor learning problems are high-dimensional reinforcement 

A review of studies in swarm robotics
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L Bayindir ,Turk. J. Elec. Engin, 2007 ,zenithlib.googlecode.com
Abstract Swarm robotics is a new approach to the coordination of large numbers of relatively simple robots. The approach takes its inspiration from the system-level functioning of social insects which demonstrate three desired characteristics for multi-robot systems: 


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