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Publications about 'Problem solving'
Conference articles
  1. Carlos Caicedo and M. Zefran. Balancing sensing and coverage in mobile sensor networks: a min-max approach. In IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, New Orleans, LA, USA, pages 6124-6129, 2007. IEEE. [PDF]
    Keyword(s): Wireless sensor networks, Algorithms, Autonomous agents, Computer simulation, Mobile computing, Mobile robots, Problem solving.


  2. Shangming Wei, Milos Zefran, Kasemsak Uthaichana, and Raymond A. DeCarlo. Hybrid model predictive control for stabilization of wheeled mobile robots subject to wheel slippage. In IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, Rome, Italy, pages 2373-2378, 2007. [PDF]
    Keyword(s): Mobile robots, Algorithms, Computational complexity, Control systems, Numerical methods, Problem solving, Robust control, Wheels.


  3. Guobiao Song and Milos Zefran. Underactuated dynamic three-dimensional bipedal walking. In IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, Orlando, FL, USA, pages 854-859, 2006. IEEE.
    Keyword(s): Biped locomotion, Mobile robots, Problem solving, Control equipment, Actuators, Robustness (control systems).


  4. Guobiao Song and Milos Zefran. A Computational Approach to Dynamic Bipedal Walking. In International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, volume 1, Las Vegas, NV, United States, pages 358-363, 2003. IEEE. [PDF]
    Keyword(s): Mobile robots, Biped locomotion, Control systems, Trajectories, Orbits, Nonlinear systems, Problem solving, Stabilization, Computer simulation.


  5. Milos Zefran, Francesco Bullo, and Matthew Stein. A notion of passivity for hybrid systems. In IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, volume 1, Orlando, FL, USA, pages 768-773, 2001. IEEE. [PDF]
    Keyword(s): Computer control systems, Passivation, Haptic interfaces, Lyapunov methods, Communication channels (information theory), Problem solving.



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