Kazem Kazerounian

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Numerical solution of the inverse kinematics of robots using modified Newton-Raphson (MNR) and modified predictor-corrector (MPC) algorithms is discussed. These modified algorithms are highly reliable and stable. Both algorithms always find a solution if a physically realizable robot configuration exists. They are also capable of approaching singular(More)
The reduction of the computational complexity of the algorithms dealing with protein structure analysis and conformation predictions is of prime importance. One common element in most of these algorithms is the process of transforming geometrical information between dihedral angles and Cartesian coordinates of the atoms in the protein using rotational(More)
This paper presents a novel method, Pseudo-Interference Stiffness Estimation (PISE), for evaluating the contact compliance and the contact load in the contacting elastic solids. The PISE method is based on the evaluation of the geometric overlap of two assumedly rigid bodies and estimation of the contact force based on this artificial overlap area (or(More)
Nanomachines are devices that are in the size range of billionths of meters 10−9 m and therefore are built necessarily from individual atoms. These devices will have intrinsic mobilities that result in their geometry change and hence enable them to perform specific functions. Futuristic scholars and researchers believe that nanodevices will one day be used(More)