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SHRINKAGE IN DEHYDRATION OF ROOT VEGETABLES
The shrinkage in dehydration of root vegetables such as carrots, potatoes, sweet potatoes and radishes was investigated. The samples were dried in flowing hot air. The surface areas were measured byExpand
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Early Recognition and Prediction of Gestures
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This paper is concerned with an early recognition and prediction algorithm of gestures and a gesture network for improving the performance of these algorithms. Expand
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A model-based manipulation system with skill-based execution in unstructured environment
This paper describes a model-based robot system. This system was developed to replace and improve upon the conventional robot control scheme of teaching-by-showing and replay. The key concept of thisExpand
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Straight legged walking of a biped robot
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This paper presents a new methodology for generating a straight legged walking pattern for a biped robot utilizing up-and-down motion of an upper body. Expand
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3D reconstruction of a femoral shape using a parametric model and two 2D fluoroscopic images
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This paper proposes a method to estimate a patient-specific 3D shape of a femur from only two fluoroscopic images using a parametric femoral model. Expand
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Categorization of Indoor Places Using the Kinect Sensor
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The categorization of places in indoor environments is an important capability for service robots working and interacting with humans. Expand
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Active modeling of 3-D objects: planning on the next best pose (NBP) for acquiring range images
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We propose a new method of creating a complete model of a curved object from multiple range images acquired by showing it at different poses. Expand
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Registration of range images with different scanning resolutions
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The paper presents a novel method of registering two range images that are taken at different 3D viewpoints. Expand
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Multi-Layer People Detection using 2 D Range Data
This paper addresses the problem of detecting people using multiple layers of 2D range scans. Detecting persons is an important capacity for intelligent systems that have to interact with people. OurExpand
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