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A review of function modeling: Approaches and applications
- M. S. Erden, H. Komoto, T. J. Beek, V. D'Amelio, E. Echavarria, T. Tomiyama
- Computer ScienceArtificial Intelligence for Engineering Design…
- 14 March 2008
The goals are to highlight the features of various classical approaches in relation to FM, to delineate what FM introduces to these fields, and to discuss the applicability of various FM approaches in these fields.
Emotional Postures for the Humanoid-Robot Nao
- M. S. Erden
- Computer ScienceInt. J. Soc. Robotics
- 9 July 2013
The present study demonstrates the last step of a general process for developing emotional postures for robots, which starts with qualitative descriptions of human postures, continues with encoding those descriptions in quantitative terms, and ends with adaptation of the quantitative values to a specific robot.
Human-Intent Detection and Physically Interactive Control of a Robot Without Force Sensors
A switching scheme is developed that goes between the modes of pure impedance control with a fixed-position reference and interactive control under human intent and puts the robot into interactive mode, if there is any.
End-Point Impedance Measurements Across Dominant and Nondominant Hands and Robotic Assistance with Directional Damping
A “directional damping” scheme for robotic assistance is developed and results show significant improvement in precision with both dominant and nondominant hands when using robotic assistance.
Free gait generation with reinforcement learning for a six-legged robot
Modular design of mechatronic systems with function modeling
Torque Distribution in a Six-Legged Robot
In this paper, distribution of required forces and moments to the supporting legs of a six-legged robot is handled as a torque-distribution problem, which results in a much more efficient distribution compared with the conventional scheme of force distribution.
Real-time classification of multi-modal sensory data for prosthetic hand control
- I. Kyranou, Agamemnon Krasoulis, M. S. Erden, K. Nazarpour, S. Vijayakumar
- Computer Science6th IEEE International Conference on Biomedical…
- 26 June 2016
The results suggest that using extra modalities along with sEMG might be more beneficial than including additional s EMG sensors, even when the amount of sensors used was less than half in the former case.
Conic-Spiraleur: A Miniature Distal Scanner for Confocal Microlaparoscope
- M. S. Erden, Benoît Rosa, Nicolas Boularot, B. Gayet, G. Morel, J. Szewczyk
- MedicineIEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics
- 1 December 2014
The mechanical design of a distal scanner, the conic-spiraleur, to perform automated spiral scan with the probe in order to construct a mosaic-image, and the first in vivo, large field-of-view and high resolution images in confocal microscopy are presented.