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    • A Rapidly Deployable Manipulator System 

      Paredis, Chris; Brown, H. Benjamin, Jr.; Khosla, Pradeep K. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyIEEE Computer Society Press, 1996-04-01)
      A rapidly deployable manipulator system combines the flexibility of reconfigurable modular hardware with modular programming tools, allowing the user to rapidly create a manipulator which is custom-tailored for a given ...
    • RAVE: A Real and Virtual Environment for Multiple Mobile Robot Systems 

      Dixon, Kevin; Dolan, John; Huang, Wesley; Paredis, Chris; Khosla, Pradeep K. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyIEEE Industrial Electronics Society, 1999-10)
      To focus on the research issues surrounding collaborative behavior in multiple mobile-robotic systems, a great amount of low-level infrastructure is required. To facilitate our on-going research into multi-robot systems, ...
    • Towards the Design of a Layer-Based Additive Manufacturing Process for the Realization of Metal Parts of Designed Mesostructure 

      Mistree, Farrokh; Rosen, David W.; Williams, Christopher Bryant (Georgia Institute of TechnologyUniversity of Texas (Austin), 2005)
      Low-density cellular materials, metallic bodies with gaseous voids, are a unique class of materials that have high strength, good energy absorption characteristics, good thermal and acoustic insulation properties, accompanied ...
    • Validating Behavioral Models For Reuse 

      Paredis, Chris; Malak, Richard J., Jr. (Georgia Institute of TechnologySpringer-Verlag, 2007)
      When using a model to predict the behavior of a physical system of interest, engineers must be confident that, under the conditions of interest, the model is an adequate representation of the system. The process of ...
    • Why Are Intervals and Imprecision Important In Engineering Design? 

      Aughenbaugh, Jason Matthew; Paredis, Chris (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-02)
      It is valuable in engineering design to distinguish between two different types of uncertainty: inherent variability and imprecision. While variability is naturally random behavior in a physical process or property, ...