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- V Roshan, Joseph, Shreyes N Melkote
- 2008

A common problem in engineering is that the models developed based on the underlying physics of the process do not always match satisfactorily with reality. On the other hand, pure statistical models fitted based on experimental data can give more realistic predictions, but can perform poorly when predictions are made away from the observed data points.… (More)

In many experiments, some of the factors exist only within the level of another factor. Such factors are often called nested factors. A factor within which other factors are nested is called a branching factor. For example, suppose we want to experiment with two processing methods. The factors involved in these two methods can be different. Thus, in this… (More)

A model to predict the effect of global and local conformability on grasp static stability is presented. Conformability is defined as the geometric similarity between a workpiece and the smallest polyhedron fit over all contacts. Two conformability metrics, C 1 and C 2 , that quantify global and local conformability, respectively, are introduced. All… (More)

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