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The International Journal of Robotics Research, ISSN 0278-3649, 10/2016, Volume 35, Issue 12, pp. 1497 - 1521
ATRIAS is a human-scale 3D-capable bipedal robot designed to mechanically embody the spring-mass model for dynamic walking and running. To help bring the... 
passive dynamics | bipedal locomotion | hopping | compliance | walking | mechanical design | ROBOTICS | MODEL | SPEED | LEGGED LOCOMOTION | FORCE CONTROL | TORQUE | HYBRID ZERO DYNAMICS | Robotics | Research | Walking | Robots | Studies | Design engineering | Locomotion | Gait | Specifications | Dynamics | Running | Aerials | Three dimensional models | Atria
Journal Article
by Razavi-Shearer, Devin and Gamkrelidze, Ivane and Nguyen, Mindie H and Chen, Ding-Shinn and Van Damme, Pierre and Abbas, Zaigham and Abdulla, Maheeba and Abou Rached, Antoine and Adda, Danjuma and Aho, Inka and Akarca, Ulus and Hasan, Fuad and Al Lawati, Faryal and Al Naamani, Khalid and Al-Ashgar, Hamad Ibrahim and Alavian, Seyed M and Alawadhi, Sameer and Albillos, Agustin and Al-Busafi, Said A and Aleman, Soo and Alfaleh, Faleh Z and Aljumah, Abdulrahman A and Anand, Anil C and Anh, Nguyen Thu and Arends, Joop E and Arkkila, Perttu and Athanasakis, Kostas and Bane, Abate and Ben-Ari, Ziv and Berg, Thomas and Bizri, Abdul R and Blach, Sarah and Brandão Mello, Carlos E and Brandon, Samantha M and Bright, Bisi and Bruggmann, Philip and Brunetto, Maurizia and Buti, Maria and Chan, Henry L Y and Chaudhry, Asad and Chien, Rong-Nan and Choi, Moon S and Christensen, Peer B and Chuang, Wan-Long and Chulanov, Vladimir and Clausen, Mette R and Colombo, Massimo and Cornberg, Markus and Cowie, Benjamin and Craxi, Antonio and Croes, Esther A and Cuellar, Diego Alberto and Cunningham, Chris and Desalegn, Hailemichael and Drazilova, Sylvia and Duberg, Ann-Sofi and Egeonu, Steve S and El-Sayed, Manal H and Estes, Chris and Falconer, Karolin and Ferraz, Maria L G and Ferreira, Paulo R and Flisiak, Robert and Frankova, Sona and Gaeta, Giovanni B and García-Samaniego, Javier and Genov, Jordan and Gerstoft, Jan and Goldis, Adrian and Gountas, Ilias and Gray, Richard and Guimarães Pessôa, Mário and Hajarizadeh, Behzad and Hatzakis, Angelos and Hézode, Christophe and Himatt, Sayed M and Hoepelman, Andy and Hrstic, Irena and Hui, Yee-Tak T and Husa, Petr and Jahis, Rohani and Janjua, Naveed Z and Jarčuška, Peter and Jaroszewicz, Jerzy and Kaymakoglu, Sabahattin and Kershenobich, David and Kondili, Loreta A and Konysbekova, Aliya and Krajden, Mel and Kristian, Pavol and Laleman, Wim and Lao, Wai-cheung C and Layden, Jen and Lazarus, Jeffrey V and Lee, Mei-Hsuan and Liakina, Valentina and Lim, Young-Suk S and Loo, Ching-kong K and Lukšić, Boris and Malekzadeh, Reza and ... and Polaris Observ Collaborators and Polaris Observatory Collaborators
The Lancet Gastroenterology and Hepatology, ISSN 2468-1253, 06/2018, Volume 3, Issue 6, pp. 383 - 403
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IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine, ISSN 1070-9932, 09/2018, Volume 25, Issue 3, pp. 23 - 39
Biological bipeds have long been thought to take advantage of compliance and passive dynamics to walk and run, but realizing robotic locomotion in this fashion... 
Legged locomotion | Robot sensing systems | Brushless motors | Robustness | Humanoid robots
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2015 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), ISSN 1050-4729, 05/2015, Volume 2015-, Issue June, pp. 4519 - 4524
The spring-mass locomotion paradigm is showing great promise as a template for agile and efficient robots. Efficiency and stability are enabled by the passive... 
Jacobian matrices | Legged locomotion | Acceleration | Force | Springs | Joints
Conference Proceeding
Robotics: Science and Systems, 2016, Volume 12
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IEEE Access, ISSN 2169-3536, 2018, Volume 6, pp. 54369 - 54387
Most robot leg designs are either based on biomimetics of humans' or animals' leg morphologies or on being mechanically optimized for specific task(s). In the... 
Legged locomotion | Actuators | Animals | design optimization | Dynamics | reduced order systems | mechanism design | legged robots | Task analysis | ELASTIC ENERGY-STORAGE | DRIVE SYSTEMS | WALKING | COMPUTER SCIENCE, INFORMATION SYSTEMS | LOCOMOTION | MODEL | TELECOMMUNICATIONS | ENGINEERING, ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC | MOTOR | DYNAMICS | MOVEMENT | CRITERION | SELECTION
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Social policy, ISSN 0037-7783, 07/1997, Volume 27, Issue 4, pp. 2 - 47
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Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning, ISSN 1361-1267, 10/2018, Volume 26, Issue 5, pp. 585 - 605
Researchers have demonstrated that tutoring is an effective instructional model that relies upon the relationships among the tutor, the tutee, and the... 
Reading clinic | tutoring | struggling reader | instructional strategies | script | dialogue | Grade 1 | Tutoring | Tutors | Teacher Behavior | Teacher Student Relationship | Elementary School Students | Reading Centers | Interaction | Student Behavior | Figurative Language | Literacy | Preservice Teachers
Journal Article
San Francisco Examiner, ISSN 2574-593X, 11/1996
FROM 11/20/96: A story that ran Monday, Nov. 18, 1996, in The Examiner Business section on Intel Chief Executive Andy Grove's speech at the Comdex computer... 
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San Francisco Examiner, ISSN 2574-593X, 11/1996
LAS VEGAS - Intel Chief Executive Andy Grove opened the Comdex trade show here Monday with the prediction that future computers will be more entertaining than... 
Newspaper Article
San Francisco Examiner, ISSN 2574-593X, 11/1996
LAS VEGAS - Intel Chief Executive Andy Grove opened the Comdex trade show here Monday with the prediction that future computers will be more entertaining than... 
Newspaper Article
San Francisco Examiner, ISSN 2574-593X, 06/1996
Taking aim at the lucrative market for Internet server computers, Intel Corp. teamed up with MCI Communications Corp. Tuesday to announce that MCI will sell a... 
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San Francisco Examiner, ISSN 2574-593X, 02/1996
Hewlett-Packard Co. and Santa Cruz Operation Inc. Wednesday unveiled new technology for the next generation of Unix software in an effort to unify the diverse... 
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San Francisco Examiner, ISSN 2574-593X, 11/1995
Ingenious technical tricks help make the new Pentium Pro microprocessor Intel Corp.'s dark horse in the race to win the biggest purse in computing - the... 
Newspaper Article
San Francisco Examiner, ISSN 2574-593X, 11/1995
Instead, the Pentium Pro chip that went on sale Wednesday positions Intel to challenge corporate workstation vendors like Sun Microsystems Inc. and the Hewlett... 
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