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Complex AI on Small Embedded Systems: Humanoid Robotics using Mobile Phones

@inproceedings{Baltes2010ComplexAO,
  title={Complex AI on Small Embedded Systems: Humanoid Robotics using Mobile Phones},
  author={Jacky Baltes and John Eric Anderson},
  booktitle={AAAI Spring Symposium: Embedded Reasoning},
  year={2010}
}
Until recent years, the development of real-world humanoid robotics applications has been hampered by a lack of available mobile computational power. Unlike wheeled platforms, which can reasonably easily be expected to carry a payload of computers and batteries, humanoid robots couple a need for complex control over many degrees of freedom with a form where any significant payload complicates the balancing and control problem itself. In the last few years, however, an significant number of… 

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