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Progress in Desktop Robotics

Devin Balkcom and Matthew T. Mason
The Eleventh Yale Workshop on Adaptive and Learning Systems, January, 2001

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Abstract

This paper describes our recent progress in Desktop Robotics. It begins with a description of the application domain, and then describes progress in a few areas: a mobile manipulator called the em mobipulator, fast prototyping work culminating in the Palm Pilot Robot Kit, and work on time-optimal paths for diff drive robots.

BibTeX Reference
@conference{Balkcom-2001-16805,
title = {Progress in Desktop Robotics},
author = {Devin Balkcom and Matthew T. Mason},
booktitle = {The Eleventh Yale Workshop on Adaptive and Learning Systems},
keyword = {mobipulator, mobile manipulation, desktop robotics},
month = {January},
year = {2001},
}
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