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Proceedings 1999 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (Cat. No.99CH36288C)

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The following topics were covered: mobile robot manouvering; navigation in unknown environments; biped robots; underwater vehicles; robot planning and programming for assembly; discrete event control of manufacturing systems; motion planning; actuators; teleoperation; contact and grasping control; visual servo control; tactile sensing; sensor based navigation; flexible manipulators; task scheduling; joint actuation; contact geometry; sonar based sensing; biology inspired methods; service robots; manufacturing planning and scheduling; constraints and nonholonomic systems; fault tolerant robots; parallel manipulators; dexterous manipulation; computer vision in manufacturing; contact sensing; humanoid robots; new technology; manufacturing process control; control architectures; fuzzy control; robot kinematics; multiple manipulators; grasping analysis; mobile robot localisation; legged locomotion; space robots; calibration and tolerances; production planning and control; force control; cooperative robots; fixture design and manipulation planning; calibration free visual servo; medical robotics; frictional modelling; impedance control; sensor fusion; learning and identification; compliance control; robotic stiffness control; micromanipulators; telemanipulation; mobile inspection and reconnaissance systems; quadruped locomotion; computational intelligence; virtual factory; genetic algorithms; intelligent control; human/machine interaction; part feeding and orienting; vision based navigation; small scale mobile robots; nanomanipulation; assembly planning; learning control; hyper-redundant robots; reasoning and objects handling; haptic display; articulated locomotion; multi-fingered hands; robot programming; neural networks; and visual tracking

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Robotics and Automation, 1999. Proceedings. 1999 IEEE International Conference on  (Volume:1 )

Date of Conference:

10-15 May 1999