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Publications 1996

Book Chapters

  1. Y. Chitour, A. Marigo, D. Prattichizzo, A. Bicchi. Reachability of Rolling Parts. In Advances in Robotics: The ERNET Perspective, C. Bonivento, C. Melchiorri, H. Tolle (eds.), pp. 51-60, World Scientific Publisher Corp, Singapore, 1996. details

International Conferences

  1. A. Balestrino, A. Landi, D. Prattichizzo. The recursive modulating function technique for supervision and fault detection of technical processes. In Proc. 2nd World Automation Congress, WAC'96, Montpellier, France, 1996. details
  2. A. Balluchi, A. Bicchi, G. Casalino, D. Prattichizzo. Reflex control of locomotion for a four-legged vehicle with leg redundancy. In Proc. IFAC World Congress, San Francisco Ca, USA, 1996. details
  3. A. Bicchi, Y. Chitour, A. Marigo, D. Prattichizzo. Dexterity through rolling: towards manipulation of unknown objects. In Proc. Third Int. Symp. on Methods and Models for Automation and Robotics, MMAR'96, in Invited Session on Recent Advances in Robotics, Miedzyzdroje, Poland, 1996. details
  4. D. Prattichizzo, P. Mercorelli, A. Bicchi, A. Vicino. Noninteracting force/motion control in general manipulation systems. In Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. on Decision and Control, Pages 1952-1957, Kobe, Japan, December 1996. details pdf
  5. D. Prattichizzo, A. Bicchi. Specifying consistent control goals for kinematically defective manipulation systems. In Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. on Robotics and Automation, Pages 3532-3537, Minneapolis, Minnesota, April 1996. details pdf

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