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SYNOPSIS Geometric information alone is not sufficient to guide foot placement in a robotic device. A travel path may be firm or soft, slippery or sticky and will thus affect locomotion. In humans, associations are made between various travel surfaces and gait modification. If a preferred foot position is unavailable, an alternate is selected. This(More)
Geometric information alone is not sufficient to guide foot placement in a robotic device. A travel path may be firm or soft, slippery or sticky, and will thus affect locomotion. In humans, associations are made between various travel surfaces and gait modification. If a preferred foot position is unavailable, an alternate is selected. This selection is(More)
To discuss the portability of human natural language technology, it is necessary to define the portability precisely first. If one claims that his or her language technology works for other languages, how can we verify such claim when every language has a different set of features, i.e. speech or text tagging system? This paper presents a view of protabilty(More)
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