Enhancement of maneuverability of a power assist omni-directional wheelchair by application of neuro-fuzzy control

@inproceedings{Terashima2006EnhancementOM,
  title={Enhancement of maneuverability of a power assist omni-directional wheelchair by application of neuro-fuzzy control},
  author={Kazuhiko Terashima and Juan Urbano and Hideo Kitagawa},
  booktitle={ICINCO-ICSO},
  year={2006}
}
In a preferred embodiment, a string of Christmas lights includes a plug adapted to receive an electrical fuse within a lower insertion opening in the plug-face from which the male prong elements extend from the plug such that when the plug is withdrawn from a socket a fuse may be inserted or withdrawn, the insertion opening for the electrical fuse being continuous with a fuse-holding channel having at a far-end thereof a small opening too small for insertion or withdrawal of the fuse, through… CONTINUE READING

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