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Dorigo06
Title Self-organisation and communication in groups of simulated and physical robots
Authors Trianni, V. & Dorigo, M.
Journal Biological Cybernetics
Volume 95
Issue 3
Pages 213-231
Year 2006
URL Scopus Link
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Dorigo062
Title Autonomous self-assembly in swarm-bots
Authors Groß, R., Bonani, M., Mondada, F., & Dorigo, M.
Journal IEEE Transactions on Robotics
Volume 22
Issue 6
Pages 1115-1130
Year 2006
URL Scopus Link
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Fernandes94
Title Near-optimal nonholonomic motion planning for a system of coupled rigid bodies
Authors C. Fernandes, L. Gurvits and Z. Li
Journal Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Decision and Control
Volume 2
Issue 3
Pages 450-463
Year 1994
URL IEEE Xplore Link
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Fujiwara06
Title Towards an Optimal Falling Motion for a Humanoid Robot
Authors K. Fujiwara, S. Kajita, K. Harada, K. Kaneko, M. Morisawa, F. Kanehiro, S. Nakaoka, H. Hirukawa;
Journal Humanoid Robots, 2006 6th IEEE-RAS International Conference on Humanoid Robots
Volume
Issue
Pages 524
Year 2006
URL http://proxy.library.upenn.edu:2539/search/srchabstract.jsp?tp=&arnumber=4115653&queryText%3Dtowards+an+optimal+falling+motion+for+a+humanoid+robot%26openedRefinements%3D*%26searchField%3DSearch+All
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Full99
Title Templates and Anchors: Neuromechanical Hypotheses of Legged Locomotion on Land
Authors R. J. Full, D. E. Koditschek
Journal Journal of Experimental Biology
Volume 202
Issue 23
Pages 3325-3332
Year 1999
URL Scopus link
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Gabrielli50
Title What Price Speed?
Authors G. Gabrielli and Th. von Kármá
Journal Mechnanical Engineering
Volume 72
Issue 10
Pages 775-781
Year 1950
URL A thorough search through then facilities provided by the Penn Libraries did not yield any link to this paper.
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Gajjar06
Title Biomimetic Robots for Robust Operation in Unstructured Environments
Authors S. R. Gajjar
Journal Design And Nature III: Comparing Design in Nature With Science And Engineering, WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment
Volume
Issue
Pages 255-263
Year 2006
URL Scopus Link
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Goldman06
Title Dynamics Of Rapid Vertical Climbing In Cockroaches Reveals A Template
Authors D. I. Goldman, T. S. Chen, D. M. Dudek and R. J. Full
Journal Journal of Experimental Biology
Volume 209
Issue 15
Pages 2990-3000
Year 2006
URL Scopus Link
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Gorb07
Title Insects Did It First: A Micropatterned Adhesive Tape For Robotic Applications
Authors S. N. Gorb, M. Sinha, A. Peressadko, K. A. Daltorio and R. D. Quinn
Journal Bioinspiration & Biomimetics
Volume 2
Issue 4
Pages 117-125
Year 2007
URL Scopus Link
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Haynes06
Title Gaits and Gait Transitions for Legged Robots
Authors G. Clark Haynes and Alfred A. Rizzi
Conference Proceedings of the 2006 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation
Volume
Number
Pages 1117-22
Venue
Year 2006
URL EngineeringVillage
Annotations This paper is my "seed" paper for C.1 and C.2. This paper is about transitioning between gaits on the RHex and RiSE platforms. It contributes to the field of gait transitions in robots because it represents transitioning between gaits on two robots without disrupting locomotion. This relates to my topic as my topic asks the question of how robots can transition between gaits without disrupting locomotion.
Haynes09
Title Gait Transitions for Quasi-static Hexapedal Locomotion on Level Ground
Authors G. C. Haynes, F. R. Cohen, and D. E. Koditschek
Conference International Symposium of Robotics Research
Volume
Number
Pages
Venue
Year 2009
URL Scholarly Commons
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Holmes06
Title The Dynamics of Legged Locomotion: Models, Analyses, and Challenges
Authors P. Holmes, R. J. Full, D. Koditschek, J. Guckenheimer
Journal SIAM Review
Volume 48
Issue 2
Pages 207-304
Year 2006
URL Scopus link
Annotations This paper is about a generalized model for dynamic legged locomotion. This makes a contribution to the field of legged locomotion because it presents a mathematical model for this means of locomotion; this makes a contribution to the field of gait transitions because it allows roboticists to further identify the mathematical principles of legged locomotion. This is directly relevant to my topic as having a model of legged gaits allows roboticists to further develop methods to transition between gaits in robots by adhering to these models.
Hoyt06
Title What are the relations between mechanics, gait parameters, and energetics in terrestrial locomotion?
Authors Hoyt, D.F., Wickler, S.J., Dutto, D.J., Catterfeld, G.E., Johnsen, D.
Journal Journal of Experimental Zoology
Volume 305
Issue 11
Pages 912-922
Year 2006
URL Scopus
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Hu09
Title The mechanics of slithering locomotion
Authors Hu, David L. ;Nirody, Jasmine; Scott, Terri ;Shelley, Michael J.
Journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Volume 106
Issue 25
Pages
Year 2009
URL BIOSIS
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Iida07
Title Self-organization, embodiment, and biologically inspired robotics
Authors Pfeifer, R., Lungarella, M., & Iida, F.
Journal Science
Volume 318
Issue 5833
Pages 1088-1093
Year 2007
URL Scopus Link
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Jayne86
Title Kinematics of Terrestrial Snake Locomotion
Authors Bruce C. Jayne
Journal Copeia
Volume 1986
Issue 4
Pages 915-927
Year 1986
URL Google Scholar
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Jing10
Title Gait planning of the gecko-like robot transition to wall
Authors Wang Jing; Liu Ying; Li Xiaohu; Meng Cai
Journal Proceedings of the 2010 International Conference on Electrical and Control Engineering
Volume
Issue
Pages
Year 2010
URL EngineeringVillage
Annotations This reference is my third paper of choice which looked promising during my initial search, but which turned out to be far less useful than I thought. As with several papers I encountered during my initial search, this paper presents results from simulations only; I have chosen not to include it because it does not actually test the authors' ideas in the real world.
Johnson10
Title Disturbance Detection, Identification, and Recovery by Gait Transition in Legged Robots
Authors Johnson, A.M., G.C. Haynes and D.E. Koditschek
Conference 2010 International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems
Volume 23rd
Number CFP10IRO-DVD
Pages pp. 5347-5353
Venue Taipei, Taiwan
Year 2010
URL Google Link
Annotations Your notes about the publication
Jusufi10
Title Righting and turning in mid-air using appendage inertia: reptile tails, analytical models and bio-inspired robots
Authors A. Jusufi, D.T. Kawano, T. Libby and R.J. Full
Journal Bioinspiration & Biomimetics
Volume 5
Issue 4
Pages
Year 2010
URL http://iopscience.iop.org/1748-3190/5/4/045001
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