Bringing together academics, researchers, and industrialists, Climbing and Walking Robots 2003 (CLAWAR 2003) provides a forum for cross-fertilization in the different specialities so that both state-of-the-art and industrial applications can be reported on. Original contributions, both industrial and those in new/emerging fields, provide a full picture of climbing and walking robots. The interest in climbing and walking robots (CLAWAR) has increased considerably over recent years, addressing many application fields such as exploration/intervention in extreme environments, personal services, emergency rescue operations, transportation, entertainment, etc., and envisage humanoid robots evolving into mechatronic replicas of ourselves. Topics covered include: Biological Inspired Systems Medical Systems Control of CLAWAR Design Methodology System Modelling and Simulation Modularity and System Architecture Gait Generation and Stability of CLAWAR Biped Locomotion Multi-legged Locomotion Micro Machines Applications Climbing Robots Actuators, Sensors, Navigation, and Sensors Fusion CLAWAR Network WorkpackagesWhile it may be interesting for neuro- muscular system, we would like to emphasise that even for robotics, this feature may helpful to realise flexibility in robotsa#39; behaviors. ... and convergingaquot; feature of bundle of trajectories, which corresponds making mapping of envelope-node structure of the phase space. ... Next, we discuss about possibility of our concept as controlling method for humanoid robots.
|Title||:||Climbing and Walking Robots and the Supporting Technologies for Mobile Machines|
|Author||:||G. Muscato, Giovanni Muscato, D. Longo|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2003-11-07|