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Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on

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Kinematics Modeling and Analyses of Articulated Rovers

M. Tarokh; G. J. McDermott IEEE Transactions on Robotics, 2005

This paper describes a general approach to the kinematics modeling and analyses of articulated rovers traversing uneven terrain. The model is derived for full 6-degree-of-freedom motion, enabling movements in the ![x](/images/tex/15050.gif) , ![y](/images/tex/15051.gif) , and ![z](/images/tex/279.gif) directions, as well as pitch, roll, and yaw rotations. Differential kinematics is derived for the individual wheel motions in contact with the terrain. The ...


An XML-based Synchronization of Audio and Graphical Representations of Music Scores

Adriano Barate; Luca A. Ludovico Image Analysis for Multimedia Interactive Services, 2007. WIAMIS '07. Eighth International Workshop on, 2007

This paper presents an overview on a future IEEE standard aimed at providing an overall description of music. This format, known as IEEE PARI 599, is based on the XML meta-language. Its purpose is taking into account the heterogeneous multimedia representations of music, such as audio tracks, video clips and graphical instances of score. The key characteristics of the format ...


CMP-aware Maze Routing Algorithm for Yield Enhancement

Hailong Yao; Yici Cai; Xianlong Hong IEEE Computer Society Annual Symposium on VLSI (ISVLSI '07), 2007

Chemical-mechanical polishing (CMP) is one of the key steps during nanometer VLSI manufacturing process where minimum variation of layout pattern densities is desired. This paper proposes a novel optimal maze routing (OMR) algorithm which optimizes the layout uniformity as well as other routing objectives. The presented routing algorithm is optimal in the sense that it can find routing solutions for ...


Optical music recognition based on a fuzzy modeling of symbol classes and music writing rules

F. Rossant; I. Bloch IEEE International Conference on Image Processing 2005, 2005

We propose an OMR method based on fuzzy modeling of the information extracted from the scanned score and of musical rules. The aim is to disambiguate the recognition hypotheses output by the individual symbol analysis process. Fuzzy modeling allows to account for imprecision in symbol detection, for typewriting variations, and for flexibility of rules. Tests conducted on a hundred of ...


Omni-directional mobile robot for autonomic offroad running

T. Isoda; Peng Chen; T. Toyota; T. Hirano Robot and Human Communication, 1997. RO-MAN '97. Proceedings., 6th IEEE International Workshop on, 1997

Presents an omni-directional mobile robot which can run on offroad and run over an obstacle. The robot is constructed with four crawler-roller-motor- units and a center-body. It is equipped with a crawler-roller running system. Each unit can be driven independently and the motion of the robot is controlled by the speed of motors. We also designed a position and velocity ...


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Kinematics Modeling and Analyses of Articulated Rovers

M. Tarokh; G. J. McDermott IEEE Transactions on Robotics, 2005

This paper describes a general approach to the kinematics modeling and analyses of articulated rovers traversing uneven terrain. The model is derived for full 6-degree-of-freedom motion, enabling movements in the ![x](/images/tex/15050.gif) , ![y](/images/tex/15051.gif) , and ![z](/images/tex/279.gif) directions, as well as pitch, roll, and yaw rotations. Differential kinematics is derived for the individual wheel motions in contact with the terrain. The ...


An XML-based Synchronization of Audio and Graphical Representations of Music Scores

Adriano Barate; Luca A. Ludovico Image Analysis for Multimedia Interactive Services, 2007. WIAMIS '07. Eighth International Workshop on, 2007

This paper presents an overview on a future IEEE standard aimed at providing an overall description of music. This format, known as IEEE PARI 599, is based on the XML meta-language. Its purpose is taking into account the heterogeneous multimedia representations of music, such as audio tracks, video clips and graphical instances of score. The key characteristics of the format ...


CMP-aware Maze Routing Algorithm for Yield Enhancement

Hailong Yao; Yici Cai; Xianlong Hong IEEE Computer Society Annual Symposium on VLSI (ISVLSI '07), 2007

Chemical-mechanical polishing (CMP) is one of the key steps during nanometer VLSI manufacturing process where minimum variation of layout pattern densities is desired. This paper proposes a novel optimal maze routing (OMR) algorithm which optimizes the layout uniformity as well as other routing objectives. The presented routing algorithm is optimal in the sense that it can find routing solutions for ...


Optical music recognition based on a fuzzy modeling of symbol classes and music writing rules

F. Rossant; I. Bloch IEEE International Conference on Image Processing 2005, 2005

We propose an OMR method based on fuzzy modeling of the information extracted from the scanned score and of musical rules. The aim is to disambiguate the recognition hypotheses output by the individual symbol analysis process. Fuzzy modeling allows to account for imprecision in symbol detection, for typewriting variations, and for flexibility of rules. Tests conducted on a hundred of ...


Omni-directional mobile robot for autonomic offroad running

T. Isoda; Peng Chen; T. Toyota; T. Hirano Robot and Human Communication, 1997. RO-MAN '97. Proceedings., 6th IEEE International Workshop on, 1997

Presents an omni-directional mobile robot which can run on offroad and run over an obstacle. The robot is constructed with four crawler-roller-motor- units and a center-body. It is equipped with a crawler-roller running system. Each unit can be driven independently and the motion of the robot is controlled by the speed of motors. We also designed a position and velocity ...


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