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Theory and Practice of Robots and Manipulators

Proceedings of RoManSy ’84: The Fifth CISM — IFToMM Symposium

  • A. Morecki
  • G. Bianchi
  • K. Kȩdzior

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages 1-13
  2. Opening Lecture

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 15-15
    2. A. Morecki, K. Kȩdzior
      Pages 17-22
  3. Mechanics

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 23-23
    2. M. S. Konstantinov, P. Y. Genova, V. B. Zamanov, S. P. Patarinski, D. N. Nenchev
      Pages 25-29
    3. K. V. Frolov, A. I. Korendiasev, B. L. Salamandra, L. I. Tyves
      Pages 31-37
    4. V. Scheinman, B. Roth
      Pages 39-45
    5. H. Lipkin, J. Duffy
      Pages 47-55
    6. R. Schwertassek, R. E. Roberson
      Pages 73-77
    7. T. R. Kane, H. Faessler
      Pages 97-106
  4. Control of Motion

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 107-107
    2. D. E. Okhotsimsky, S. S. Kamynin
      Pages 123-126
    3. S. Dubowsky, Z. Shiller
      Pages 133-143
    4. M. Vukobratović, D. Stokić
      Pages 145-152
    5. P. Dauchez, A. Fournier, R. Zapata
      Pages 163-167
    6. W. J. Book, S. Le, V. Sangveraphunsiri
      Pages 179-185
    7. R. P. Paul, V. Hayward
      Pages 187-193
    8. H. Bremer, A. Truckenbrodt
      Pages 195-203
    9. V. S. Kuleshov, Yu. V. Poduraev, V. N. Shvedov
      Pages 215-220
  5. Man-Intelligent Machine Systems

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 221-221
    2. A. K. Bejczy, K. Corker
      Pages 223-232
    3. B. Espiau, G. Andre
      Pages 233-243
    4. S. Tachi, K. Tanie, K. Komoriya, M. Kaneko
      Pages 245-254
    5. M. Brady, A. Yuille
      Pages 261-270
    6. S. C. Jacobsen, D. F. Knutti, K. B. Biggers, E. K. Iversen, J. E. Wood
      Pages 271-279
    7. J. Vertut, R. Fournier, B. Espiau, G. Andre
      Pages 281-292
  6. Synthesis and Design

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 293-293
    2. K. J. Waldron, S. M. Song, S. L. Wang, J. Vohnout
      Pages 295-306
    3. U. A. Djoldasbekov, L. I. Slutskii, J. J. Baigunchekov
      Pages 313-319
    4. S. Hirose, K. Ikuta, Y. Umetani
      Pages 339-349
    5. G. Fraize, J. Vertut, R. Hugon
      Pages 351-361
  7. Biomechanics of Motion: Locomotion

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 363-363
    2. R. B. McGhee, D. E. Orin, D. R. Pugh, M. R. Patterson
      Pages 375-381
    3. A. Takanishi, G. Naito, M. Ishida, I. Kato
      Pages 383-393
    4. J. J. Kessis, J. P. Rambaut, J. Penné, R. Wood, N. Mattar
      Pages 395-401
    5. M. Kaneko, M. Abe, S. Tachi, S. Nishizawa, K. Tanie, K. Komoriya
      Pages 403-410
    6. K. N. Murphy, M. H. Raibert
      Pages 411-420

About this book

Introduction

The RO MAN SY Symposia have played an important role in the development of the theory and, to a lesser extent, the practice of manipulators, walking machines and robots. Based on past experience of previous symposia, which have been held over the last 10 years, the problem arose as to what to do in the future. In other words, in what direction should further symposia be organized? A panel discussion called 'Role of RO MAN SY Symposia' was held on 29 June 1984 during the final plenary session at CISM, Udine, Italy. The Members of the Organizing Committee, Professors Konstantinov, Morecki, Roth, Vukobratovic and Vertut, and other participants were asked to give their opinions on the follow­ ing important questions: • should we organize future symposia? if we continue, which form should we choose?: small (60-70 participants, • 35-40 invited papers); big (100-150 participants, 60-80 papers) • what kind of topics should be included?: the more theoretical-oriented; more practical-oriented; both (what proportion?) • how frequently should RO MAN SY Symposia be organized?: every other year; every third year is working well and what should be maintained? • what • what is not working well and what should be changed to increase the impact of the symposia? would like to underline that most of the participants agree that we should con­ tinue to hold our symposia every other year, but to limit their small form, with invited papers at high theoretical level only in mechanics, control of motion,

Keywords

Welding Robot actuator algorithms anthropomorph artificial intelligence automatic control biomechanics communication dynamics industrial robot kinematics mechanics optimization robot robotics

Editors and affiliations

  • A. Morecki
    • 1
  • G. Bianchi
    • 2
  • K. Kȩdzior
    • 1
  1. 1.Warsaw Technical UniversityWarsawPoland
  2. 2.CISMUdineItaly

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