Journal: Advanced Robotics

Volume 2, Issue 4

327 -- 344A. Balestrino, G. De Maria, Lorenzo Sciavicco, Bruno Siciliano. An algorithmic approach to coordinate transformation for robotic manipulators
345 -- 359Shigeo Hirose, Kazuhito Yokoi. The standing posture transformation gait of a quadruped walking vehicle
361 -- 368F. Matsuda, H. Morimoto, H. Kitagawa, S. Hattori, M. Ueda. Non-tactile slip sensor using the method of autocorrelation with signals of reflected light
369 -- 375Yuichi Chida, Yasuhiko Kaku, Tsutomu Mita. On the force/trajectory control of robot arms
377 -- 384Kenichi Nakajima. Training for proliferating industrial robots at Kawasaki Heavy Ind. Co. Ltd
385 -- 387Isao Watanabe. Instruction to robot users at ASEA Robotics in Japan
397 -- 399Tsutomu Mita. Mita Laboratory, Electric Engineering Section, Faculty of Engineering, The Chiba University
401 -- 403Masanori Idesawa. The 4th Annual Conference of the Robotics Society of Japan

Volume 2, Issue 3

205 -- 225Junji Oaki, Tsutomu Mita. Path control of a robot arm using the linearized constraint control method
227 -- 240Takahiro Masuda, Akemi Futakawa, Suguru Arimoto, Fumio Miyazaki. Closed-loop dynamics analysis by Appel s method
241 -- 257Hirohiko Arai, Susumu Tachi. Force detection and active power assistance of a direct-drive manipulator
259 -- 276Shigeo Hirose, Kazuhiro Yoshida, Kan Taguchi. The study of a map realization system (cancellation of ambient light and swaying motion of a robot)
277 -- 286Tadayuki Sasaki, Toshio Kawashima, Hideki Aoyama, Takatoshi Ogawa, Tohru Ifukube. Development of an actuator using a metal hydride and its application to a lifter for the disabled
287 -- 298Takanobu Iwakane, Junji Hirai, Yasuhiro Miyamoto. Mechanism and characteristics of direct drive motors
299 -- 310Toshiyuki Miyazaki. Microelectronic technology and aging of the labour force
311 -- 313Toshimichi Moriwaki. Division of Applied Kinematics, Production Engineering Department, Kobe University, Kobe, Japan

Volume 2, Issue 2

103 -- 120Yoshimi Ito. Possible features of next generation FMS and system design
121 -- 135Toshihiro Tsumura, Naofumi Fujiwara, Masafumi Hashimoto, Teng Tang. A new method of vehicle position measurement by use of laser beam tracking
137 -- 147Kazutada Koshikawa, Yoshiaki Shirai. A model-based recognition of glossy objects using their polarimetrical properties
149 -- 165Shigeyuki Sakane, Masaru Ishii, Masayoshi Kakikura. Occlusion avoidance of visual sensors based on a hand-eye action simulator system: HEAVEN
167 -- 180Shigeo Hirose, Kazunobu Maekawa, Yoji Umetani. Signal processing of a range-finder map-realization system
181 -- 191Tsuneo Yoshikawa. Multi-variable control of robot manipulators
193 -- 200Tohru Ifukube. Voice control for a robot-an example of a manipulator for the disabled

Volume 2, Issue 1

1 -- 0Susumu Tachi. Editorial
3 -- 8James Trevelyan. Robots in the shearing shed: Automated shearing of sheep using robots
9 -- 20Claude Vibet. Design of robot controllers
21 -- 38Mamoru Mitsuishi, Isao Shimoyama, Hirofumi Miura. Development of the concurrent process oriented language COL
39 -- 54Masayuki Inaba, Hirochika Inoue. Rope handling by a robot with visual feedback
55 -- 67Teruyuki Izumi, Tatsuo Narikiyo, Yasuo Fukui. Teachingless grinding robot depending on three force information
99 -- 102Yoshimi Takeuchi. Production Engineering Laboratory, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology