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- Jon M. Selig, J. Rooney
- I. J. Robotics Res.
- 1989

- T. K. Tanev, J. Rooney
- 2006

The geometry of a 3D octahedral parallel robot manipulator system is specified in terms of two rigid octahedral structures (the fixed and moving platforms) and six actuation legs. The symmetry of the system is exploited to determine the behaviour of (a new version of) the quality index for various motions. The main results are presented graphically.

- WILLIAM KINGDON, CLIFFORD, J. Rooney
- 2007

William Kingdon Clifford was an English mathematician and philosopher who worked extensively in many branches of pure mathematics and classical mechanics. Although he died young, he left a deep and long-lasting legacy, particularly in geometry. One of the main achievements that he is remembered for is his pioneering work on integrating Hamilton’s Elements… (More)

- J. Rooney, T. K. Tanev
- J. Field Robotics
- 2003

- J. Rooney
- 2010

For parallel manipulator systems a fundamental distinction is drawn between displacement and motion. The former is a spatial relation adequately modelled by standard vector and matrix algebra. The latter is a spatial trajectory whose ‘history’ also requires modelling. Quaternion, spinor and Clifford algebra representations are utilised for this purpose… (More)

- PLANETARY SYSTEMS, J. Rooney
- 2008

This paper describes research into the kinematic robustness of autonomous robotic systems. Kinematic structures typical of those employed in the manipulation and locomotion elements of planetary exploration vehicles are represented using Graph Theory techniques, extended by the novel concept of the Constraints Matrix. This replaces the elements (zeroes and… (More)

- J. David Hobbs, J. Rooney
- 2005

This paper describes new research into the kinematic structure of autonomous robotic systems, and into the associated design processes. The approach aims to develop novel insights and applicable tools and techniques for designing advanced mechanical architectures for planetary exploration systems. These should provide enhanced functionality for tackling… (More)

- J. Rooney, T. K. Tanev
- 2006

The concepts of pose, posture, formation and contortion are defined for serial, parallel and hybrid kinematic systems. Workspace and jointspace structure is examined in terms of these concepts. The inter-relationships of pose, posture, formation and contortion are explored for a range of robot workspace and jointspace types.

- J. Rooney, J . G . Delgado - Frias, Douglas H. Summerville
- 2001

A study of a prefix routing cache for Internet IP routing is presented. An output port assignment requires one cache memory access when the assignment is found in cache. The cache array is divided into sets that are of variable size; all entries within a set have the same prefix size. The cache is based on a ternary content addressable memory that matches… (More)

- J. Rooney
- 2006

A lattice of geometries is presented and compared for representing some geometrical aspects of the kinematic design of robot systems and subsystems Three geometries (set theory, topology and projective geometry) are briefly explored in more detail in the context of three geometric configurations in robotics (robot groupings, robot connectivities and robot… (More)

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