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  • Lee, Mark; Nicholls, Howard (1999-01)
    In this paper we examine the state of the art in tactile sensing for mechatronics. We define a tactile sensor as a device or system that can measure a given property of an object or contact event through physical contact ...
  • Lee, Mark; Nicholls, Howard (1999-01)
    In this paper we examine the state of the art in tactile sensing for mechatronics. We define a tactile sensor as a device or system that can measure a given property of an object or contact event through physical contact ...
  • Lee, Mark (2000-07)
    Over the past three decades, tactile sensing has developed into a sophisticated technology. There has been a longstanding and widely held expectation that tactile sensors would have a major impact on industrial robotics ...
  • Lee, Mark (2000-07)
    Over the past three decades, tactile sensing has developed into a sophisticated technology. There has been a longstanding and widely held expectation that tactile sensors would have a major impact on industrial robotics ...
  • Shang, Changjing; Barnes, David Preston; Shen, Qiang (Springer, 2009)
    This paper presents a novel application of fuzzy-rough setbased feature selection (FRFS) for Mars terrain image classification. The work allows the induction of low-dimensionality feature sets from sample descriptions of ...
  • Williams, Tomos; Rowland, Jeremy John; Lee, Mark Howard; Neal, Mark James (IEEE Press, 2000-04)
    Sectors of the food processing industry have challenging requirements for automation: short batches, product innovation, variation in component shape, all with high production volume. Hard-programmed automation cannot ...
  • Williams, Tomos; Rowland, Jeremy John; Lee, Mark Howard; Neal, Mark James (IEEE Press, 2000-04)
    Sectors of the food processing industry have challenging requirements for automation: short batches, product innovation, variation in component shape, all with high production volume. Hard-programmed automation cannot ...
  • Williams, Tomos; Rowland, Jeremy John; Lee, Mark Howard (IEEE Press, 2001-11)
    We report the results of a programme of work that allows us to specify and execute robotic assembly of snack food products such as sandwiches and pizzas simply by presenting to the system hand-prepared examples of the ...
  • Williams, Tomos; Rowland, Jeremy John; Lee, Mark Howard (IEEE Press, 2001-11)
    We report the results of a programme of work that allows us to specify and execute robotic assembly of snack food products such as sandwiches and pizzas simply by presenting to the system hand-prepared examples of the ...
  • Alves, Jose Carlos; Thomas, Barry Malcolm; Neal, Mark; Sauze, Colin (2009-07-10)
    The current generation of sailing robots require a small number of essential components in order to function successfully. These include some kind of sail and a device for de- tecting the direction of the wind, in order ...
  • Timmis, John; Neal, Mark (2003)
    Responses labelled as emotional in the higher animals are frequently portrayed as incidental to the generation of reasonable behavior. Clearly this view is incompatible with the reality of animal behavior as observed in ...
  • Ampatzis, Christos; Santos, Francisco; Trianni, Vito; Tuci, Elio (Springer, 2009)
    In evolutionary robotics, as in the animal world, performing a task which is beneficial to the entire group demands the coordination of different individuals. Whenever time-dependent dynamic allocation of roles is needed ...
  • Labrosse, Frédéric; Oliver, James (2007-09)
    We present in this paper an application of previously developed techniques to the leader-follower formation problem, techniques that exclusively use vision. Contrary to other vision-based methods, the only information ...
  • Mark; Ulrich; Marcos (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012-06-13)
    In cognitive science, modelling has many useful roles, one of which is to inspire attempts to realise an artificially intelligent agent or autonomous robot. However, there still remains a large gulf between the behaviour ...
  • Lee, Mark; Nehmzow, Ulrich; Rodrigues, Marcos (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012-06-13)
    In cognitive science, modelling has many useful roles, one of which is to inspire attempts to realise an artificially intelligent agent or autonomous robot. However, there still remains a large gulf between the behaviour ...
  • Geng, Tao; Lee, Mark; Hülse, Martin (2011-02)
    In this paper, a system for transferring human grasping skills to a robot is presented. In order to reduce the dimensionality of the grasp postures, we extracted three synergies from data on human grasping experiments and ...
  • Geng, Tao; Lee, Mark; Hülse, Martin (2011-02)
    In this paper, a system for transferring human grasping skills to a robot is presented. In order to reduce the dimensionality of the grasp postures, we extracted three synergies from data on human grasping experiments and ...
  • Tuci, Elio; Nolfi, Stefano; Mirolli, Marco; Ferrauto, Tomassino; Massera, Gianluca (2009-10-12)
    Active perception refers to a theoretical approach grounded on the idea that perception is an active process in which the actions performed by the agent play a constitutive role. In this paper we present two different ...

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