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Robots are said to be capable of self-assembly when they can autonomously form physical connections with each other. By examining different ways in which a system can use self-assembly (i.e., different strategies), we demonstrate and quantify the performance costs and benefits of (i) acting as a...
In this paper, we present a novel gait, forward head serpentine (FHS), for a two dimensional snake robot. The advantage of this new gait is that the head link remains in the forward direction during motion. This feature significantly improves snake robot potential applications. Genetic Algorithm...
Since 1990, at Waseda University the development on the Anthropomorphic Flutist Robot has been focused on mechanically reproducing the physiology of the organs involved during the flute playing (i.e. lungs, lips, etc.) and implementing basic cognitive capabilities to interact with flutist...
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