• Design and control of a 10 DOF biped robot 

      Gu, Weigang (2009)
      Compared to wheeled robots, biped robots have their advantages. Biped robots have better mobility. Biped robots can walk in human environments, such as rough terrain and the place that contains obstacles, and can also climb ...
    • Design and control of a 6 DOF biped robot 

      Gu, Fuhai (2006)
      This thesis is composed of the following five parts: construction of a 6 Degrees of Freedom (DOF) biped robot, control system design, analysis of forward kinematics and inverse kinematics, walking pattern planning, and ...
    • Design of a 6-DOF haptic interface for robotic teleoperation 

      Ali, Saleh Ahmad (2008)
      Teleoperation has become increasingly important in medical applications, handling hazardous materials, as well as in other robotics applications. Force feedback in such systems is essential; therefore a haptic device is ...
    • Design, simulation and control of a 12 DOF biped robot 

      Cudowski, Andrew (2012-11-10)
      The field of humanoid robotics has in the last several decades taken off as an active area of research. The goal of this field id to build robots which by having a human-like form will be able to work in environments ...
    • Real-time implementation of some bilateral teleoperation schemes 

      Richard, Alain (2012-11-10)
      Today's technology has pushed back many boundaries that we thought were impossible. One of these technologies is bilateral teleoperation. Bilateral teleoperation allows an operator to control a robot, at a distance, over ...