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David Wilkie is currently working on integrating artificial intelligence with computationally tractable simplified dynamics simulation.  Part of this work is done through [[David Wilkie's Bio-Inspired Robot Project]].   
 
David Wilkie is currently working on integrating artificial intelligence with computationally tractable simplified dynamics simulation.  Part of this work is done through [[David Wilkie's Bio-Inspired Robot Project]].   
  
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== Conferences 'n stuff ==
 
== Conferences 'n stuff ==
  
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== Papers ==  
 
== Papers ==  
[[Simplified and Abstracted Geometry for Forward Dynamics]] for the [http://cg.cs.tsinghua.edu.cn/spm2007/index.htm ACM Solid Modeling Conference].
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[[Simplified and Abstracted Geometry for Forward Dynamics]] for the [http://cg.cs.tsinghua.edu.cn/spm2007/index.htm ACM Solid Modeling Conference]. <ref>Test ref </ref>
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The Moon, however, is not so big.{{ref|moonsize}}
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[[Background Material for Snake Robots]]
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# {{note|miller-23}} Miller, E: "The Sun.", page 23. Acad
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# {{note|moonsize}} Moonsize
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Latest revision as of 14:51, 12 May 2008

David Wilkie is currently working on integrating artificial intelligence with computationally tractable simplified dynamics simulation. Part of this work is done through David Wilkie's Bio-Inspired Robot Project.

Media:Left_foot.prt.zip file

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Contents

Conferences 'n stuff

AAAI Mobile Robotics Competition

Papers

Simplified and Abstracted Geometry for Forward Dynamics for the ACM Solid Modeling Conference. <ref>Test ref </ref>

Template:Ref The Moon, however, is not so big.Template:Ref

Background Material for Snake Robots

Notes

# Template:Note Miller, E: "The Sun.", page 23. Acad
# Template:Note Moonsize


ASME 07 Notes

Topics

Pro/TOOLKITProjectPage

Trial change. 2

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